ERPNext is a free, self hosted, open source ERP System that is Enterprise and Production ready.

ERPNext is a free, self hosted, open source ERP System that is Enterprise and Production ready.


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ERPNext is a free, self hosted, open source ERP (Enterprise REsource Planning) Solution that is production ready, and able to be run in a number of ways. In this video I’ll show you how to install and run it with docker and docker-compose, as well as provide a few settings that you may want to know about after install is complete.

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=== Links ===
Show Notes

ERPNext Main Site

ERPNext GitHub

ERPNext Docker Install

=== Timestamps ===
00:00 Beginning
00:11 Introduction to ERPNext
03:55 Install ERPNext with Docker
17:25 First RUN and User Interface for ERPNext
20:55 Settings for ERPNext
29:40 Thank you all so much!

=== Contact ===
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Telegram: @MickInTx
Mastodon: @MickInTX

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25 thoughts on “ERPNext is a free, self hosted, open source ERP System that is Enterprise and Production ready.

  1. Would this set up work with using an external reverse proxy that handles all my SSL? I have a VM that has nginx in it that accepts all 80 and 443 requests from separate hostnames, and depending on the hostname it then proxy redirect forwards to another VM in the network. From what I am gathering from this, traefik handles the ssl so it may conflict with my reverse proxy?

  2. Hi, thanks for this amazing video. It was very helpful. I currently have my production environment running. However, how do i switch between the development and production mode for this specific setup.

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