SugarCRM is a web based customer relationship management (CRM) system written in PHP. It is available in three different editions: Community Edition (which is free), Professional Edition and Enterprise Edition. This blog post covers the installation of the free Community Edition of SugarCRM on a CentOS/Fedora/Scientitic Linux VPS which is pretty easy and fast.
Today we will show you how to install Joomla, one of the most popular open source Content Management Systems on your LNMP stack (Nginx, MySQL and PHP-FPM) Centos VPS.
Follow this article carefully and in no more than 10 minutes you will have a common Joomla CMS installed on your LNMP stack Centos VPS, and in the next article we will optimize the very same installation performance-wise, as an addition to several security tips that will provide safer hosting for you and your business.
Let’s get to work.
Today we will guide you through the installation process of WordPress Multisite on your Centos VPS. The WordPress Multisite option became available with WordPress 3.0. This feature allows you – the website administrator – to create multiple websites without the need of installing separate WordPress instances, creating separate home directories or separate databases. Or, you can allow other users to create their own websites on your WordPress installation.
Today we’ll show you how to install Monit on your Centos VPS. Monit is a monitoring and managing as well as an automatic maintenance tool. The monitoring can be directly on the command line or on the web. You can assign Monit multiple tasks (not only monitoring), so if a certain service fails the check, Monit can alert or do something about it (try to restart the service for example).
But, as of lately we’ve seen a lot of open-source communities and some of the largest internet giants as Google switched to the use of MySQL’s open source drop-in replacement – the MariaDB database server, which is what are we going to install today instead of MySQL.
In the following step-by-step set up manual we will explain how to install a LAMP (Linux, Apache, MariaDB, PHP) stack on your Debian Wheezy VPS. Let’s begin: