If this is a new server you will be prompted to set the region and time zone.
This is the recommended way to install Atlas Hub. The installed is designed for a dedicated Ubuntu 20 Server, is easy to install and upgrade.
The primary server requirement is disk space - have enough space to hold 2x the data you plan to transfer. Atlas Hub streams all data, so the memory requirements are low.
sudo apt update;
sudo apt install curl gnupg2
Then, connect to the Atlas PPA Repository
curl -s "https://packages.atlas.bi/scripts/deb.sh" | sudo bash -
Finally, install Atlas Hub. The
EXTERNAL_URL is an optional pram with the DNS you’ve set up. This can be configured after install.
# if you have already configured a dns:
export EXTERNAL_URL='https://atlas-hub.me.com'; sudo apt install atlas-hub
# if you plan to configure a dns after install:
sudo apt install atlas-hub
Nice job installing! You can access the website with a default username of “admin” to try things out. Now it is time to configure the app. See the configuration guide for a complete list of options.
If you will be using SQL Server databases as a datasource you will need to install the package from Microsoft.
If you use hostnames vs IP addresses in your config files be sure to update hosts file
nano /etc/hosts to include the IP address of any internal domain hosts you will use. For example, LDAP server, GIT server, any databases you plan to query, etc.