Deploying Liferay Portal

Liferay Portal is one of the most flexible applications on the market today with respect to database and application server support. Liferay Portal supports a wide variety of databases and application servers, freeing you to use the ones you think are best. Liferay Portal also scales very well. You can install Liferay Portal on a shared hosting account, on a multi-node cluster running a commercial application server, or on anything in between. In fact, Liferay Portal is used successfully in all of these scenarios every day. Some features, such as clustering, are only available with Liferay’s Digital Experience Platform.

You’ll find that because Liferay Portal is extremely flexible in its deployment options, it is also easy to install. If you already have an application server, you can use your application server’s deployment tools to install Liferay Portal. If you don’t already have an application server, Liferay provides several application server bundles from which to choose. These are pre-configured application servers with Liferay Portal already installed on them. They’re easy to install and with a small amount of configuration can be made into production-ready systems.

Read on to learn how you can prepare to install Liferay Portal.

Preparing for Install

Installing Liferay Portal is easy. But before you begin, you should answer a few questions. Which version of Liferay will you install? On which application server will you install Liferay Portal?...


Installing Liferay Portal

Now that you’ve performed the steps needed to prepare for your installation, you’re ready to install Liferay Portal! Since bundles are the easiest way to complete an installation, all the...


Installing Liferay Portal Manually

The easiest way to install Liferay Portal is to use a Liferay Portal bundle. However, this is not always possible. Some organizations have an existing infrastructure into which Liferay Portal must...


Installing Liferay Portal on Tomcat 8

Liferay Digital Enterprise 7.0 bundled with Tomcat is available on Customer Portal. Even if you want to install Liferay Portal manually on an existing Tomcat 8 application server, it can be helpful...


Installing Liferay Portal on Wildfly 10

Liferay Digital Enterprise 7.0 bundled with Wildfly 10 is available on Customer Portal. Even if you want to manually install Liferay Portal on an existing Wildfly 10 application server, it can be...


Installing Elasticsearch

Liferay Portal uses Elasticsearch to index its content. By default, Liferay Portal uses Elasticsearch as an embedded service. It works, but this is not a supported configuration for a production...


Setting Up Marketplace and Portal Security

Liferay Marketplace is more than just a store for Liferay applications. Under the hood, it not only provides the store, it also provides Liferay Portal’s application deployment features. For this...


Choosing IPv4 or IPv6

Liferay Portal supports both the IPv4 and IPv6 address formats. By default, Liferay Portal uses IPv4 addresses. If you’re on an IPv6 network, you’ll need to change the configuration. If you’d like...

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