Own Your Website Analytics with Plausible | The Privacy-Friendly Google Analytics Alternative
@TechHut covers Plausible, a privacy-friendly self-hosted alternative to Google Analytics to help manage, monitor, and run your business. Brandon discusses how Plausible can help you optimize your websites and how to host it on Linode through Docker.
1:05 Create API Token
1:44 Create Linode
3:25 Connect to Linode via SSH
3:50 Update the Server
4:00 Deploy Plausible
4:15 Clone Plausible Repo
4:40 Generate a Secret Key
5:20 Examine Docker Compose File
5:45 Start Plausible in Docker
6:00 Check if Plausible is Running
6:14 Create Admin Account
6:30 Setup Reverse Proxy
6:40 Install NGINX
6:46 Configure Firewall
6:50 Create Configuration File
7:37 Setup Sites Enabled
7:50 Reload NGINX
8:00 Check If Plausible is Accessible
8:20 Install Certbot
8:30 Update Certbot for NGINX with Domain
9:09 Is the Site Accessible via HTTPS?
9:25 Plausible UI Overview
10:25 Update Environmental Variables
10:50 Disable Plausible Registration
11:10 Redeploy Container
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Product: Linode, Plausible, Docker; Brandon Hopkins, @TechHut
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