Last updated on: March 27, 2021
This article is going to guide you through the entire process of creating an account with BestKnownHost Cloud Platform Simplified and deploying your first Cloud Server. There will be screenshots and step-by-step instructions, so you can find out just how much technical knowledge is required to get started.
How to Create a New Account with BestKnownHost Cloud Platform Simplified
Creating a New Account
When you create an account with BestKnownHost, you’ll need an email address.
Step #1. Go to Https://bestknownhost.com and click on Cloud Platform, and scroll down and click on either ‘Sign up’ or ‘Login’ if you have already created an account.
Step#3. Before you create your first server please visit the billing page to add a payment method. No money will be deducted from your credit or debit card until you create your first server. All customers pay upfront for new servers and are billed automatically at the start of each month.
Step#4. Once you have entered your credit or debit card details. Click on ‘Add’, to add your payment card to the system.
Creating a New VPS Cloud Server
Step#5. Now click on ‘Servers’ at the top of the screen.
Step#6. You’ll see a message that says, “You don’t have any servers. Get started by adding a new server.”
Step#7. Click on ‘New Server’. (PS‘ You can click on the link or button.)
Step#8. Select a server and then click on ‘Select Plan’.
How to Create a New Account with BestKnownHost Cloud Platform and Deploy a VPS Server
Step#9. Enter a ‘name’ for your server and then click on ‘Create’ to create your first server.
Step#10. Your server is now being created in the background.
Step# 11. The server creation process may take several minutes. You can click on (check) to check if the server has finished being setup.
Step#12. Once your server is ready you will see the IP address for the server shown below, ‘IP’.
This means the server is ready for you to install applications onto it.
Step#13. You can click on the ‘name’ of the server to visit the server control panel.
Step#14. Whoopie! Give yourself a well-deserved pat on the back Well Done!. Now you’re ready to install your first web or PHP application or static website.