Getting Started with Cube Cloud: Import Bitbucket repository via SSH
This guide walks you through creating a new deployment on Cube Cloud from a Bitbucket repository via SSH.
Navigate to cubecloud.dev, and create a new Cube Cloud account.
Create Deployment button. This is the first step in the deployment
creation. Give it a name and select the cloud provider and region of your
Next up, the second step in creating a Cube App from scratch in Cube Cloud is to
Import Git repository via SSH button.
Now go to your Bitbucket repository and on the
Clone dialog, switch to
and copy the URL:
Back in Cube Cloud, paste the URL and click
Generate SSH key:
Now copy the SSH key and go back to Bitbucket and into the repository's
Access keys from the navigation, then click the
button. Give the key a label (
Cube Cloud, for example) and paste the SSH key
in the relevant field:
Add SSH key to save, then go back to Cube Cloud and click
After a connection is successfully established, you should see the next screen:
Cube Cloud Git Webhook URL and go to your Bitbucket repository's
settings and click
Webhooks from the navigation. Click
Add webhook, then add
a title (
Cube Cloud, for example). Paste the URL into the correct field,
Repository > Push trigger is checked and click
Back in Cube Cloud, click
Connect to test the webhook.
Enter your credentials to connect to your database. Check the connecting to databases guide for more details.
Want to use a sample database instead? We also have a sample database where you can try out Cube Cloud:
In the UI it'll look exactly like the image below.
If you run into issues here, make sure to allow the Cube Cloud IPs to access your database. This means you need to enable these IPs in your firewall. If you are using AWS, this would mean adding a security group with allowed IPs.
Step five in this case consists of generating a data schema. Start by selecting
the database tables to generate the data schema from, then hit
Cube Cloud will generate the data schema and spin up your Cube deployment. With this, you're done. You've created a Cube deployment, configured a database connection, and generated a data schema!
You're ready for the last step, running queries in the Playground.
Now you can navigate to Playground to try out your queries or connect your application to the Cube Cloud API.
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