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Step 2: Choose the desired aiScaler edition. You will be presented with aiMobile, aiProtect and aiScaler, all in two versions: BYOL and Hourly (hover over the icon to see the full name). Note: all of the editions provide the same functionality, only the bundled configuration differs.
Step 3: Verify details and press Create Virtual Machine.
Step 4: Configure the VM. You will need to enter a name for the machine, user name, provide a password or a SSH key and finally, choose the instance type and location. Press Create when done.
Step 5: Find the virtual IP address and DNS name of the machine on the details page (you should be redirected here after the VM launches).
Step 6: Allow the machine to accept HTTP connections. On the details page press Settings and open Endpoints. Add an Endpoint named HTTP with TCP as a protocol and 80 as both the Public and Private Port.
Step 7: Log in using SSH and the credentials you have entered in Step 4.
Step 8: Edit the aiScaler configuration to work with your site.
sudo nano /etc/aiscaler/aiscaler.conf
listen from "0.0.0.0 8080" to "0.0.0.0 80" hostname to your domain origin to your origin server IP address
Add after hostname:
cname machine_dns_name_here sub_hostname your_domain
sudo service aiscaler restart
Step 9: Testing. You should now be able to access your site by opening the machine DNS name (*.cloudapp.net) in browser. You can also add your site domain in the hosts file on your local computer together with the machine IP to test against your actual domain.