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Preview of the Vultr management interface for Coolify on a mobile device.
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Preview of the Vultr server deploy page control panel for Coolify on a web browser.

Coolify is used by developers and DevOps teams to deploy, manage, and scale applications and databases effortlessly. It supports various deployment options, including Docker-based applications, static sites, and custom Docker images. Coolify also provides integration with Git repositories, enabling automated deployment workflows. Users can manage their entire application stack, including databases, through an intuitive web interface.


  • Self-Hosted PaaS: Provides a self-hosted platform for deploying and managing applications, giving users full control over their infrastructure.
  • Docker Support: Allows deployment of Docker-based applications and custom Docker images, supporting a wide range of use cases.
  • Git Integration: Integrates with Git repositories for automated deployment workflows, simplifying continuous integration and deployment (CI/CD) processes.
  • Database Management: Supports the deployment and management of databases, including PostgreSQL, MySQL, and MongoDB, within the platform.
  • Web-Based Interface: Offers an intuitive web interface for managing applications, databases, and deployments, making it easy to monitor and control resources.
  • Scalability: Designed to scale applications and databases easily, supporting growing user and application demands.
  • Custom Domain and SSL: Supports custom domains and automated SSL certificate generation, ensuring secure and personalized application access.
Welcome to Coolify

To learn more please visit Coolify Documentation

1. Coolify Panel Login Information

After deploying the Coolify application, the admin account and password are created during the first login at the address use.your.ip:8000.

2. Unblocked Ports

In addition to the standard ports in Ubuntu (53 - DNS, 22 - SSH), ports 8000 and 6001 are unblocked. Depending on the applications installed in the Coolify panel, additional ports may be opened, for example:
* Port 80, when a web application like WordPress is installed, which requires an Apache2 server.
* Port 3306, opened locally when a MySQL database is installed.

3. Creating an Admin Account

During the first launch of the Coolify application, the user will be prompted to provide an email address, username, and password for the admin account.

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