Mautic 4.4.8 Installation on Ubuntu 22.04 with PHP 8.0 and MariaDB 10.6
4 Simple Steps to Install Mautic 4
- Install the packages required to run Mautic 4.
- Install Mautic 4.4.8
- Run the Mautic 4 configuration wizard.
- Install the Mautic 4 Cron Jobs.
It is not yet time to migrate to Mautic 5 for your production environment, it is still too soon!
Mautic 4 on the other hand is currently very mature. This is the most stable, efficient and secure Mautic version we had in a very long time, especially after the recent release of Mautic 4.4.8, which will be the last release in the Mautic 4.x series.
If you haven’t yet updated your Mautic 3 to Mautic 4, now is the time, here’s a guide to do so, how to upgrade to Mautic 4 in 3 simple steps.
UPDATED on August, 6 2022 for Mautic 3.3.5. This is by far the simplest way to install Mautic 3 on a VPS.
With this Mautic 3 Installation tutorial, you will learn how to complete the Mautic 3.3.5 installation with PHP 7.3 on top of Ubuntu 20.04 LTS and MySQL 5.7 (MariaDB 10.2).
If you have forgotten or lost your Mautic Administrator Password, or if after an update your login has stopped working. Mautic can send you an email with a link for you to create a new password.
But what if your email settings are missing or do not work propely anymore? Bad news, there is no way to recover it or change it from the UI.
However, if you have SSH access to your Mautic instance, you can directly modify the database, you won’t be able to see the stored password, but you can overwrite the existing password or even better, add a new user directly into the database here’s how:Read More »How to Reset Lost Mautic Administrator Password
Want to take a quick peek into Mautic 4 without having to install it?
Never easier, just login to the Mautic 4 demo server by clicking on the link below. No email or registrations needed.
It is important to understand that this server may not be utilized for real campaigns because this server is a public server that anyone in the world can access.
The Mautic 4 Demo Server restarts itself a few times every day. All existing data will be erased at this moment.
DB Hurley, the innovator and visionary who ideated Mautic, has left Acquia.
According to Mautic’s community manager:
“DB left Acquia mid-February 2020. He remains Project Lead for the Mautic Community.”
What does this mean for the future of Mautic?
What does this mean for the future of the Community?
If you just installed Mautic in 2020, you might have noticed the Maxmind IP lookup doesn’t seem to work anymore. That’s because Maxmind has changed the method to obtain the latest updated databases from them.
The difference is simple, now you need to provide your credentials, but it completely changes the process to update your IP database.
In this post you’ll find 5 simple steps to fix the Maxmind Geolite2 and GeoIP issue in under 10 minutes, so you can make your Mautic installation compliant with the new process and automate obtaining the Geolite2 database for your Mautic installation.Read More »[Solved] Maxmind GeoLite2 & GeoIP Database Auto-Update | 2020.
The good news is that after 18 months of a complete lack of movement, now Mautic 3 is alive again and kicking strong. Work started around the first week of October, right about the First Mautic Community Summit.
A new Mautic 3 concept is born, Microservices might need to wait for some time, probably a loooong time...
But it’s not all sunshine and roses. Winter is coming!
Flawless Mautic upgrades every time! Not an impossible dream, just a simple step by step guide…
You might be already suffering the consequences of an incomplete Mautic update without knowing about it!
Just make sure you don’t click that button yet!!! There’s a better way…
Every so often I get requests to deploy multi-tenant Mautic setups, those requests are usually from a Marketing agency that needs to run multiple Mautic instances for their customers or their internal usage, However, multi-tenancy is very often a misunderstood and misused concept.
Multi-tenancy is an architectural approach enabling a single instance of an application to be used by multiple organizations or users, the tenants. In multi-tenant apps, there is just one code base for everyone and the separation between clients is done in that single codebase and sustained by the database.
On the other hand, Multi-instance, what I call “Replication” provides each organization with its own codebase.
Let’s analyze in detail these 2 options and find out which is the best way to run Mautic for an Agency.Read More »Which is the Best Way to Run Mautic for Agencies?
The adequate amount of hardware resources you need for your Mautic installation will depend on the Mautic features you’ll be using.
Find out how to accurately forecast the Mautic Requirements for your next Mautic installation and prevent Mautic from running slow.
As a Mautic Ops freelancer and Systems Architect, I have encountered several perfectly OK Mautic installations that where just terribly slow (to the point of not being usable anymore) but otherwise perfectly OK, what usually happens is that the new server is dimensioned accordingly to some basic rules, like 1GB of RAM for every 10K users. This way of forecasting your Mautic hardware requirements is too simplistic and will inevitably lead you to a slow-running Mautic installation.Read More »Mautic Installation: Mautic Hardware Requirements
SaaS is all the rage in every industry and Marketing Automation is no exception, tools like Hubspot, Marketo, Pardot, Eloqua and many others to the count of more than a hundred MA SaaS tools!
However, SaaS tends to use a “one size fits all” service model (or better said, 3 sizes fits all), which tends to leave a big chunk of companies out of their offerings.
Your company might be one of the special outliers that don’t perfectly fit in the SaaS model. The good news is, most probably, Mautic will cover all of your needs.