Metabase is the easy open source way for everyone in the users company to ask questions and learn from data. It helps people in the company find an answer, jump their own exploration, or improve existing questions. Users may let everyone on their team create, organise, and share collections of data. In addition, Metabase is open source, built and maintained by a dedicated team, so the community can help improve it too.
Metabase sounds like your kind of application that you need for your business? Well, you are just a few clicks away from deploying it in Digital Ocean with Bunnyshell. In this article, we are going to show you, step-by-step how to deploy Metabase in Digital Ocean. Let’s see what you have to do!
How to deploy Metabase in Digital Ocean with Bunnyshell:
Step 1: Log into Bunnyshell and open the Dashboard. On the left side of the page, you will see that main menu. There you can see the environments (company projects like production, management), resources, and one-click apps (apps like Jorani, Jira, Odoo that are optimized and ready to deploy).
Step 2: Look for RESOURCES and select One-Click Apps.
Step 3: Once you got to the One-Click Apps, all you need to do is choose the one you need. If you can’t find it, use the search bar. Click on the app, and you will be redirected to its page.
Step 4: Read the key features and requirements. Once you are done, you can proceed to launch the app in the cloud.
Step 5: Now you will have to fill in the required info. Give the application a name, choose a location, a server size, and a virtual network.
Step 6: Scroll to the bottom of the page. There you will see the package secrets where you can add a root password for MySQL. If you don’t, a password will be generated.
Step 8: Once you are done, all you have to do is to select DEPLOY. Then you will be redirected to a page where you can see when the app is deployed. You can click on View logs to see every step of the deployment.
Done! While the app is deployed, just sit back and relax. Once it is ready to use, you will receive a notification, both in Bunnyshell and via email.