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Get Started with CloudFlow

Getting your application on CloudFlow starts with creating a project. This guide will walk you through creating your first project, allowing you to deploy an application to CloudFlow's global network in just a few minutes.

  1. Create or log in to your CloudFlow account.

  2. In the welcome page, choose the type of project you want to create:

    • Public or private Docker image
    • GitHub template
    • Kubernetes cluster
  3. If starting with a Docker image or Kubernetes cluster, proceed with the following:

    1. Provide a Docker image
    2. Enter the container port
    3. Choose the CPU and memory for your container
    4. Optionally add private container registry credentials and/or environment variables

    If starting with a GitHub template, proceed with the following:

    1. Connect your GitHub account
    2. Select a template
    3. Provide a name for the new GitHub repository that will be created from the selected template
  4. Select deployment locations.

  5. Select a project plan.

After your project is created, it will only take a few minutes to be deployed to all selected locations. You can now optionally add a domain, SSL/TLS certificate, and monitoring to your project.