Install With Spryker

Tideways provides out of the box support for the Spryker Platform, including knowledge about its deployment and development layout. This means except our API Key you don’t need to configure anything, and our installation packages automatically detect and configure the Spryker VM for developer monitoring and profiling.

Installation With the Spryker VM

The Spryker Vagrant VM is built using Debian and as such it is very easy to get started by following our Install on Debian/Ubuntu documentation.

The "tideways-daemon" package automatically detects the spryker-vm and sets the daemon into the environment "vagrant" and configures the hostname to be either "spryker-vagrant" or the virtual machine hostname that you configured with "set-vm-name" as suggested in the  Spryker installation guide.

The next step is configuring the tideways.api_key variable which you can do in the file /etc/php/7.1/mods-available/tideways.ini, assuming your php is version 7.1. Check by running php --version inside the Spryker VM. Pick the /etc/php directory for the version you are currently running.

extension=tideways.so
tideways.api_key=yourapikeyhere

Restart php-fpm to load the tideways module, with *sudo systemctl restart php7.1-fpm.service. *

To get the optimal experience out of your Tideways installation, you should now install the " spryker-eco/tideways" Composer package into your Spryker project and enable it. This is not strictly necessary, but it makes monitoring background jobs possible and groups web requests based on Yves or Zed applications and their language store.

Installing Tideways on Spryker Production Deployments

To install Tideways with your productive Spryker shop you should follow our regular setup and installation guides that come for various different platforms.

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