Install Magento on a Linux Cloud Server with CentOS 7

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Introduction

Magento is a high-performance e-commerce solution that gives retailers complete flexibility and control in relation to the appearance, content and functions of their online shop. Learn how to install the free, open-source Magento CE (Community Edition) on a 1&1 Cloud Server with CentOS 7.

Requirements

Magento is provided to 1&1 Cloud Server customers as a ready-to-use application for new servers (CentOS 7 only).

If you wish to integrate Magento with an existing server, we recommend you first create a new server with Magento pre-installed as a ready-to-use application. You can then migrate your data from the existing server to the new server.

Install Magento on CentOS 7

Log in to the 1&1 Cloud Panel then go to Infrastructure > Servers.

Install Magento on CentOS 7

Click + Create to create a new server.

Install Magento on CentOS 7

Set a name for the server, and click the server configuration you wish to use.

Install Magento on CentOS 7

In the Images section, choose CentOS 7, 64-bit architecture, standard installation.

Install Magento on CentOS 7

Click the Applications tab.

Install Magento on CentOS 7

Click the Search icon, and search for Magento.

Install Magento on CentOS 7

Click Magento.

Install Magento on CentOS 7

Click Create to build the server.

Install Magento on CentOS 7

Log In to Magento

After the server has been built, go to Infrastructure > Servers and select the new server.

Install Magento on CentOS 7

Scroll down to the server information section, then click the Magento Admin Area URL to log in to the Magento Admin Area.

Log in with the username user and the password which was created when the server was built.

Install Magento on CentOS 7

The Magento installation is complete.