Magento is a feature-rich eCommerce platform built on open-source technology that provides online merchants with unprecedented flexibility and control over the look, content and functionality of their eCommerce store. Magento’s intuitive administration interface features powerful marketing, search engine optimization and catalog-management tools to give merchants the power to create sites that are tailored to their unique business needs. Designed to be completely scalable and backed by Varien’s support network, Magento offers companies the ultimate eCommerce solution.
You can learn more about Magento at http://www.magentocommerce.com/
The IAANSYS Magento Stack is a server stack that greatly simplifies the installation of Magento.
It includes ready-to-run versions of Magento, Nginx, PHP-FPM and MySQL.
If you already have an AWS account simply click one of the links below to deploy a IAANSYS Stack on Amazon EC2.
Default access information
URL : http://your-ip/admin
Username : admin
Password : EC2 Instance ID (e.g i-f4c446fd)
You can create accounts on the Magento page.
All initial passwords are the Instance ID of the corresponding Instance
Instance ID can be checked from EC2 Management Console.
MySQL admin user is called ‘root’, and its password is also the Instance ID.
The default non-root account used to access the database is named ‘magento’, and its password is also the Instance ID.
Deleting sample data
IAANSYS Magento Stack has sample data (126.96.36.199).
To remove the data, follow next instructions.
1) Go to dashboard (http://your-ip/admin) and login it.
2) Delete all tags on ‘Catalog > Tags > All Tags’
3) Delete all products on ‘Catalog > Manage Products’
4) Delete all categories except ‘Root Catalog’ on ‘Catalog > Manage Categories’
You can also download the sample data on http://www.magentocommerce.com/download
Accessing to SSH
1) Open a terminal
2) Run below command
Accessing to SFTP
IAANSYS Mangento on Ubuntu doesn’t support FTP for security reason.
You can access to the SFTP of the instance instaed.
1) Download & Run ‘FileZilla‘ (You can use any ftp clients)
2) Add keyfile on ‘Preferences > Connection > SFTP’
3) Run Site Manager on ‘File > Site Manager’ and Create ‘New Site’ with below information
Host : ip or domain of the instance
Protocol : SFTP
Logon type : Normal
User : ubuntu
Password : leave it to blank
4) Connect to the server