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Great product, just don't need it at the moment.

  • By Todd Abraham
  • on 03/15/2015

Love SCRM it's a great product. I know it's quite capable and robust, but just does not involve the functionality we need today.

Simple and fast to get setup

  • By Brody Kenrick
  • on 05/09/2014

As always a Bitnami stack is quick and easy to get a system up in next to no time.

Note the password to the SugarCRM login 'user' account is not bitnami

Sweet SugarCRM

  • By Spencer Cramer
  • on 04/03/2014

The Bitnami powered SugarCRM came right up and exceeded my expectations for performance and it is easy to manage. Thanks Amazon and Bitnami!

Easy to launch. Easy to use

  • By Francisco H. Chang "Francisco Chang"
  • on 08/11/2013

This is my first time launching AWS EC2 and SugarCRM and I found everything very easy. I was like "That's it? There must be something that I didn't do yet". But no! it is there up and running. I was really surprised that in about 10 minutes I have my CRM system running and be accessible in anyplace. Great!

Couldn't get it to spin up

  • By Tim Merkel
  • on 02/26/2013

The EC2 instance fired up, but could never get it to respond via HTTP. I am sure if I spent more time fiddling with it I could have gotten it to work...but isn't the point of a pre-built system to not have to do that?

I ended up doing my own install of SugarCRM from scratch. Took me 4 hours and now I know where everything is.

I really like the idea/intent of BitNami and am rooting for them, but in this case it didn't work for me.

It Works!

  • By ronstern314
  • on 05/22/2012

This BitNami stack made it very easy for me to get SugarCRM up and running on AWS. I can only imagine the hours I would have needed to spend installing and configuring Apache, MySQL, PHP, PhpMyAdmin, and Sugar itself. BitNami did all the heavy lifting.

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