*NOTE: If you have already created a DigitalOcean droplet and you have access to its credentials you can skip to Step 3.
ClusterCS is currently supporting CentOS 6/7, RHEL 6/7 and Amazon AMI.
See how to use SSH Keys with DigitalOcean droplets here
After you finish setting up your SSH Key, click Create and your droplet will be configured in a few minutes.
You can get the IP from the droplet list screen or from the droplet details screen:
When you create the droplet, you will receive an e-mail with root login details. (Password included).
If you lost the e-mail and/or forgot the password, you can resend the root password to your e-mail.
Remember to login using the DigitalOcean console first to set your own password.
Once there, make sure you add the information you previously retrieved. Your droplet IP, root and password and insert them in the fields available in the ADD SERVER area.
We recommend the default, standard LAMP as it has everything it needs to serve websites in an optimized way. The Setup Name is of your choice, you can pick whatever you want, as it is only used by you as an identifier.