What is Mautic Formula stack
Mautic Formula is a web stack solution based on the Mautic marketing platform and built using Docker technologies. Mautic platform helps businesses create a seamless experience for their customers through digital properties and channels integration and personalisation. Marketers can deliver higher-performing content and campaigns, using the tools suite, provided by Mautic.
What does Mautic Formula stack include
- Mautic marketing platform
- WordPress and Mautic Integration Plugin
- SuiteCRM with Mautic Connector and optional mailing system based on Dovecot, Postfix
- Other useful tools
The stack is built using Docker Compose and consists of the following:
- Mautic docker container
- Wordpress docker container
- SuiteCRM docker container
- Nginx docker container
- MySQL docker container
- Redis docker container
- RabbitMQ docker container
Docker images are constantly updated using our automated build system and tested
What is Mautic Formula
Mautic Formula - is a solution based on docker-compose that brings Mautic, Wordpress SuiteCRM web applications and pre-configured MySQL, Redis, RabbitMQ and SMTP server to your favorite cloud.
Mautic Formula can be deployed to cloud platforms such as Hetzner Cloud, Amazon Web Services (AWS), Digital Ocean, Linode and many others.
Who is using Mautic Formula
- Marketing specialists
- Product owners
- Sales representatives
- Project managers
What are the benefits of using the Mautic formula?
Mautic Formula combines useful open-source web applications and tools and allows small businesses to apply it to their business model.
It allows you to automate your marketing efforts even more, due to additional performant extensions, plugins added to the stack.
Extensions and plugins
- Mautic Integration Plugin for WordPress
- Mautic Connector for SuiteCRM
- Dovecot and Postfix based optional mailing system
Once the deployment is complete, you will receive an email with all the configuration settings required for post-installation steps. Be attentive when you fill-up the server hostnames. See some examples below:
SMTP Host: smtp
SMTP Port: 25
MYSQL_PASSWORD: <find in e-mail>