Billia 7 is now live and we are all crazy about it, but we get quite a few user inquiries every single week about Billia installation.
During all the years we are developing Billia are were driven by the idea to create user-friendly and easy to use tools. Believe it or not, Billia's installation is like a kid's game. Let's see how.
The very first thing that needs to be done is to order Billia FREE license from our website https://www.billia.cloud/plans-pricing
Make sure to add the domain that you will be using to publish Biliia. We will need only a few sub-domains of this domain such as portal; store; manage; document .
STEP 1: Add your server credentials
Once your order is complete and your email is verified, you will be ready to install & configure Billia 7. Log in to the User portal > License. Open your activated product license. You will see a configure page where you can add your server IP and SSH/Shell port. Please note that we need plain installation of CeonOS (recommended) or Ubuntu (not very happy with it).
System requirements are shown as well.
Note: From the very beginning Billia is made to be scalable as hell, so you will be able to install it as cluster add more slave hosts. Our recommendation is at least use a remote MySQL service/server. For budget or lighter deployment, you may use a local MySQL server
STEP 2: Add an RSA key
The second step is to add a unique Generated RSA key to your server using the SSH/Shell command line.
Note: You can copy/paste the exact command prepared for you.
STEP 3: MySQL access
In the third step, Billia is asking for your MySQL server root access to configure and import needed databases. Make sure the mentioned port is not closed or under the firewall.
SEPT 4: Sub-domains setup
The final step is to make sure all important subdomains are pointed to your Billia server. Once this is done you can click INSTALL and the magic will start
The installation script will connect to your server and your MySQL server and start creating a Docker environment and Microservices setup. Billia is installed 100+ steps Ansible recipe, remotely connected from our infrastructure.
Billia Could be deployed on CentOS7.5, Debian & Ubuntu. CentOS is recommended OS.
Once this is done, typically 15-30 min you are ready to go and rock the digital world.