Sitemap for WordPress

WordPress sites are very popular, as it is one of the most popular content management systems out there. In this video, you’re going to see how to enable, install and activate the Sitemap Plugin. That is for Google to find the content within the WordPress site. By using our AppZ platform to deploy this, you see a method called GitOps. This is deployed on Google Cloud, specifically Google’s Kubernetes engine, and it is deployed fully automatically using the One Click model. Here, one of my team members created a pull-request in GitOps adding the sitemap plugin into a declarative yaml file. When he sent me the pull-request you will see that I am reviewing that change in Github. Once I approve, the deployment happens fully automatically, and once the deployment is complete, it automatically brings up the site with the sitemap plugin enabled and activated.

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About The Author

Sitemap for WordPress, CLOUDCONTROL

Rejith Krishnan

CEO & Co-founder of CloudControl. Rejith has more than 28 years of experience as a senior FinTech executive specializing in cloud technology automation. Prior to founding CloudControl, Rejith spent 10 years at State Street Corporation as a Senior Architect where he was instrumental in the creation and deployment of State Street’s The Digital Enterprise (TDE). TDE also won multiple awards for an enterprise private cloud platform and Rejith was a coauthor of the patent State Street Corporation was awarded for this initiative.