SugarCRM is a Customer Relationship Management system.
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This charm provids SugarCRM Community Edition (CE) from
Sugar is a Customer Relationship Management (CRM) application. The
functionality includes sale-force automation, marketing campaigns, customer
support cases, and reporting. Developers can extend the application
with new CRM functionality unique to their business. SugarCRM CE is built in
PHP, and supports the MySQL database.
To deploy SugarCRM Community Edition:
juju deploy sugarcrm
Sugar needs to communicate with a database. Juju makes it easy to add a MySQL
database with the following commands:
juju deploy mysql juju add-relation sugarcrm:database mysql:db
juju expose sugarcrm
When the sugarcrm service has finished deploying. use
juju status sugarcrm to
find the IP address of the SugarCRM system.
Browse to http://ip-address/sugarcrm to use the application.
Loading Sample Data
To populate the database with sample data using
juju set sugarcrm sample-users=100 sample-load=100
Scale Out Usage
The sugarcrm charm is designed to benefit by attaching a memcached cache
to provide a faster and smoother site experience. To add memcached service first
juju deploy memcached
then relate it to the sugarcrm service:
juju add-relation memcached sugarcrm
MySQL replication enables one database server (called the master) to replicate
to one or more database servers (called slaves). MySQL replication is most
beneficial for a system that processes frequent reads and infrequent writes.
If you are running MySQL with a slave set up you can attach SugarCRM directly
to the MySQL slaves directly. To do this first set up a slave relation with
MySQL (If you've already done so skip to the next set of commands):
juju deploy mysql mysql-slave juju add-relation mysql:master mysql-slave:slave
Going forward you can scale out MySQL by adding slaves via:
juju add-unit mysql-slave.
Create a relation between the new slave services and SugarCRM:
juju add-relation sugarcrm:slave mysql-slave
SugarCRM Project Information
This charm was created by Matthew Bruzek and Tim Van Steenburgh
- (boolean) The tuning options for PHP are turned on.
- (boolean) Tuned for IBM power infrastructure.
- (int) Number of sample Accounts to create.
- (int) Number of sample Users to create.
- (int) Maximum file size (in megabytes) that users can upload into Sugar as attachments.