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Deploy on Azure


  • You need to sign up on your Microsoft account here
  • Login with your Microsoft account here
  • Login into your Azure portal here
  • For local development you need, Docker Account with Azure container registry. Go to Sign up.
  • Finally go to IgniteConnex Dashboard and register your account.

Step1: Configure PostgreSQL

Create and configure PostgreSQL database for storing your app related information. This database will be managed by Ignite App and required for App registration.

Setup PostgreSQL

Review & Create

Database Credential

Now create your DATABASE_URL as below format by using above values


Copy or save this DATABASE_URL for Azure App Registration Step

Step2: Create App and Get IgniteConnex Keys in IgniteConnex Dashboard

Create App


Click on button “New App”

Set App Name

Provide a suitable name for your application and click on button “Create

Get Key for AWS Container Creation

You will get the IGNITE_EDITOR_API_SECRET key, copy or save this key for later use in Azure App Registration Step.

Set IgniteConnex Runtime URL

We will setup this URL once we will finish the "deploy-on-azure".

Step3: Deploy Application Using Docker Hub Public Repository

After the IgniteConnex Platform team provisions your account, you may use the following "Deploy to Azure" button to get started.

You may need a Microsoft Azure account.

You will be redirected to Azure after clicking this button.

Below are required parameters details-

  • Subscription: Select your azure account subscription type that you want for this custom deployment. All resources in an Azure subscription are billed together.

  • Resource group: A resource group is a collection of resources that share the same lifecycle, permissions, and policies. You can select your existing resource group or can also create new one.

  • Region: Select a location for the resource group. For example, Central US. Not every resource is available in every region.

  • Location: Select a location for the storage account. For example, Central US.

  • App_Service_Plan_Name: Provide app service plan name

  • App_Service_Plan_SKU: Select the suitable Azure plan. For more information about Azure plan visit Azure Pricing Plans

  • Web_App_Name: Create a unique and suitable web application name. Your deployed application will be running with your web app name. for example, if Web_App_name is "myDemo" then application will be hosted in URL

  • ENV_DATABASE_URL: This URL includes protocol, user credentials, host and port. Refer to database credential

  • ENV_IGNITE_EDITOR_API_SECRET: This API key is found within the Ignite Dashboard when registering an app. Refer to Get Ignite Keys

  • ENV_DB_SSL_OPTION: If your database supports or requires SSL, it is recommended to turn this on

  • ENV_START_MODE: Select desired start mode (Required for git-based application development)

Observation 1

If someone else is using the same web app name then during deployment, you will get error like below-

Observation 2

If there is any validation issue, you will get the status like below–

Observation 3:

Once deployment completed you will get message as below–

Step4: Finish IgniteConnex Runtime URL

  • Click Open Editor button on your application in the Dashboard and start execution.