Elasticsearch is an open-source product that allows scalable search and analytics. Known for its speed, scalability, distributed nature and simple REST APIs, it searches and visualizes data in real-time. This article will take you through the procedures involved in the configuration of Elasticsearch both during the installation of Magento and post the Magento installation.
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.
Popular E-commerce websites like Magento is comprised of considerably heavy-content and demands an extra-pull during peak times. Varnish, a web application accelerator, and can also act as a load balancer is reputed to be an ideal solution to enhance the performance of content-heavy sites like Magento.
Redis is an in-memory data structure store and primarily used as a database, cache and message broker. It supports almost most of the programming languages and works well in systems like Linux, OS X, etc. without the need for any external dependencies. This article will take you to the how-to of installing and configuring Redis on Ubuntu system.
One such recent development in the Magento family was that migration from Magento 1 to Magento 2. Everywhere testing an e-commerce sites/platform demands an onerous effort. So, what happens when a complex e-commerce platform undergoes a migration? What decisive steps must be undertaken while testing an upgraded e-commerce platform?
To overcome the real-time challenges faced by an e-commerce site, a mere automation feature doesn’t suffice, indeed an Automation Testing has to be integrated for Multi-vendor Marketplace. Here, an end-to-end guide of running an Automated Testing for all regression scenarios in Magento using Selenium, MFTF and TestNG Framework have been discussed.
Installing Magento on your Ubuntu system requires the installation of some basic technologies such as the facility of a cloud provider, Nginx Server, PHP, Firewall, etc. It takes almost half-day time in order to install all these technologies with proper configuration. But by using a single Terraform shell-script, you can install the whole set up within 7 to 10 mins with minimal human interaction. Let’s see how to do it.