Configure the resources for WordPress and Memcached, such as scaling settings and scheduling rules.


On the WordPress tab, you can set a scaling range for your site, as well as specify a minimum and maximum number of replicas for your PHP servers/pods.

Site Resources WordPress Scaling

Depending on your site's usage, you can specify how much of the following resources to allocate for a pod:

  • CPU for each pod
  • Memory for each pod
  • Number of PHP workers
  • Memory for the PHP workers

You can also setup scheduling rules, which describe how your site should be scheduled inside the cluster.

Site Resources WordPress Scheduling Rules

For example, you can schedule your nodes to use preemptible machines in order to reduce costs. To do this, add a preemptible node , then select the option preemptible from the Node Laber Selector list.

Site Resources WordPress Scheduling Rules Preemtible

You can choose if you want your Pod Scheduling Settings to be:

  • Never Preemptible - Only standard nodes are chosen for scheduling Wordpress pods
  • Prefer Preemptible - Cost efficient but not highly available. If there are preemptible nodes available they are chosen for scheduling Wordpress pods
  • Always Preemptible - Cost efficient but not highly available. Only preemptible nodes are chosen for scheduling Wordpress pods.

You can also see the Scheduling Status, which contains the list nodes where the site is currently scheduled on.

On Google's documentation you can read more about what preemtible vms and preemtible instances are.


On the Memcached tab, you can scale to multiple mc nodes if your site needs more Memcached. Using the Memcached router we will distribute keys across all Memcached servers. Also, you can allocate per server resources.

Overview of your site

Similar to the scheduling of the WordPress nodes above, you can also setup scheduling rules for your Memcached nodes and see the list of the nodes where the cache is currently scheduled on.

Site Resources Memcached Scheduling Rules

See Also


In this section you can create custom environment variables, that you can later use in your code.


This Events section contains logs about the events that take place within your site.

Getting Started

Here you'll find concise steps and pre-filled commands to perform common operations.


When you click on the **Logs** section, you'll be redirected to your Google account, to the Google [...]