By Thomas Smyth
Published 1st June 2022
Create a new Postgres addon.
Choose the storage size according to your needs, it can be increased later if your storage needs change.
Create a new secret group and link the following variables from the Postgres addon created in the previous step and assign them the respective aliases.
Variable name Alias
Create a new deployment service and under deployment, select external image with the path
Port 8080 will automatically be detected from the image manifest and will be exposed with the HTTP protocol.
Wait for the Shynet instance to start up and open the web interface by clicking on the link in the top right corner of your service.
It will take approximately a minute for the Shynet instance to start up.
On the web interface you will be prompted to sign in, however, first you must create an admin user.
Inside your service navigate to the “Containers” menu item.
Open the shell access for the active container, in the shell run
./manage.py registeradmin <your email>.
Login using the randomly generated password logged in the shell. Once you have logged in, you will be able to start creating new services to track the analytics of.
If you encounter any issues while following this guide we're happy to assist you with your Shynet deployment at firstname.lastname@example.org. At Northflank we also have dedicated support plans for business customers.
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1st June 2022 • Thomas Smyth