Step-by-Step Instructions

  1. In a devPanel Workspace, click “Create Server”; see
  2. Note that the “Create Server” button is now disabled… that's because the Provisoner is not configured as yet; see
  3. Let's configure the Provisioner next… click “Configure Provisioner”; see
  4. Your page will look like this…; leave this page as is for now
  5. Login to your AWS Console and select IAM service; see
  6. Click on Users; see
  7. Click on Add user button; see
  8. Enter a user name, for example “devpanel”; Give it Programmatic access and click Next; see
  9. Under the “Add user to group”, search and select the “admin” group, click Next; see
  10. Review and make sure everything looks right… then click Next; see
  11. You should get a Success message; see
  12. Copy and paste the Access key and Secret key from AWS to devPanel; see and
  13. Click the Save button on devPanel; see
  14. Click the Close button on AWS; see
  15. Your Provisioner is now setup on devPanel and you're now free to create a server in your Workspace; see
  1. Once your Provisioner is setup on devPanel, click on Create Server; see
  2. Fill in your server specs and click Save; see
    TIP: Select at least 8 GB for the Disk Space
  3. You'll see that the server is in “Create Pending” state and you can see the activity log under Recent Activities; see
  4. When the server is built, you'll get notified and the server will show as “Enabled” and devPanel will show you the address of the server; see
  5. You can now click on the server name to manage the server; this is what the server details page should look like:
  6. You're now done creating your server; next we'll look at how to create an application
  1. Go to your server details page:
  2. Click on Create an App under Applications; see
  3. Fill in the details on the Create App form and click Save; see
    TIP: remember the admin password… you'll need it later to login as admin in your app
  4. devPanel will now show the application in “Create Pending” state; see
  5. Once the application is created, you'll be notified and devPanel will show you the URL to the application; see
  6. clicking on the URL will take you to the application; see
    TIP: test your “admin” access and set your admin email right away
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  • Last modified: 2018/02/09 21:37
  • by sklakhani