Create and configure PostgreSQL database for storing your app related information. This database will be managed by Ignite App and required for App registration.
Now create your DATABASE_URL as below format by using above values
Copy or save this DATABASE_URL for Azure App Registration Step
Click on button “New App”
Provide a suitable name for your application and click on button “Create App”
You will get the IGNIT_EDITOR_API_SECRET key, copy or save this key for later use in Azure App Registration Step.
We will setup this URL once we will finish the "deploy-on-azure".
After the Ignite 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_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)
If someone else is using the same web app name then during deployment, you will get error like below-
If there is any validation issue, you will get the status like below–
Once deployment completed you will get message as below–
Once azure application will be deployed successfully you will get the application url like https://myDemo.azurewebsites.net/
Go back to Runtime regisration step and paste the runtime url and click on "Test Connection"
Click Launch button on your application in the Dashboard and start execution.