How to Install Magento 2.4 with Elasticsearch on Ubuntu 20.04

How to Install Magento 2.4 with Elasticsearch on Ubuntu 20.04

The new release of Magento 2.4 on July 2020 comes with improvements to all the core functionalities (over 100 new fixes to the code, 30 security enhancements and resolution of 226 GitHub issues) that existed in the Magento 2.3.5 p1. Since CLI is the only way to install Magento 2.4, you’ll see how to install Magento 2.4 via Composer.

Things to Know Before You Implement Continuous Deployment/Delivery

Things to Know Before You Implement Continuous Deployment/Delivery

As we all know, the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) comprises numerous stages both major and minor that differs from one company to another. One common benefit is that the automated pipelines help to remove error-prone manual steps, provide standardized development feedback loops and enable fast product iterations. In this article, let us see the essentials of Continuous Delivery/Deployment, its difference, role and significance and benefits upon implementing it in the SDLC process.

Why Magento Needs Optimization?

Why Magento Needs Optimization?

In this blog, you will understand the need to optimize Magento website, and the affecting factors such as mobile conversion, page loading, etc. Further, Google’s decision on badging slow and fast loading websites, and fine-tuning being the ultimate solution for a future-proof ecommerce business.

Installing Varnish on Ubuntu 18.04

Installing Varnish on Ubuntu 18.04

The Varnish is a web application accelerator and caching HTTP reverse proxy installed to reduce the loading time of web pages and thereby, to increase the web server’s speed and performance. Generally, Varnish will be installed in front of your web server to act as an absolute boon for content-heavy dynamic sites. Let’s see how to install Varnish on an operating system like Ubuntu.