We live in a glorious age where you can set up your own Web RSS reader service with TLS, by running three commands. What's more, you can run it on an e2-micro instance on Google Cloud Platform (GCP), which falls under the GCP free tier. In fact, starting up the instance takes more work than setting up FreshRSS on the instance.
If you don't have experience with GCP, I recommend following the official quickstart guide. Make sure you're using an e2-micro instance with a 10 GB standard disk so you fall into the free tier, and allow HTTP/HTTPS connections. For this guide, use Container OS, which is a minimal Linux image that can run containers.
You'll also want a domain, and you want to add a DNS A record that
points to the IP of the instance you created. I'll use
With all of that hard work out of the way, you can SSH into your instance and run these commands:
docker network create rss docker run -d --name freshrss --network rss --restart always -e TZ=Europe/London -v ~/data/config:/config ghcr.io/linuxserver/freshrss docker run -d --name caddy -p 443:443 --network rss --restart always -v ~/data/caddy_config:/config -v ~/data/caddy_data:/data caddy \ caddy reverse-proxy --from https://rss.example.com --to freshrss:80
It's that easy. The FreshRSS container has everything it needs to run, and Caddy sets up and manages the TLS cert automatically, assuming you have your DNS set up correctly.