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

Supabase is used by developers to create, manage, and deploy scalable backend systems for web and mobile applications. It provides a powerful PostgreSQL database with real-time capabilities, allowing for efficient data handling and synchronization. Users leverage Supabase for authentication, managing user permissions, storing and serving files, and enabling real-time data updates, making it ideal for modern applications that require dynamic and interactive user experiences.


  • PostgreSQL Database: Offers a fully managed PostgreSQL database with advanced querying capabilities and extensions support.
  • Real-time Subscriptions: Provides real-time data synchronization, enabling dynamic and responsive applications.
  • Authentication and Authorization: Includes built-in authentication services to manage users and permissions securely.
  • Storage: Offers scalable storage solutions for managing and serving files, with integration to handle media assets.
  • Edge Functions: Supports serverless functions that can be deployed and executed at the edge for lower latency and better performance.
  • APIs: Automatically generates RESTful APIs based on the database schema, simplifying data access and manipulation.
  • Open-Source: Fully open-source, allowing for customization and extensibility to meet specific project needs.

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Welcome to Supabase

To learn more please visit Supabase Documentation

1. Accessing the Supabase Admin Panel

An account for the panel is created with a generated password and a fixed username http://use.your.ip:8000

Username: supabase  
Password: Dashboard user Password  
2. Installation Location

The application is installed in the /home/supabase/supabase/ directory and uses Docker, which is installed alongside it.

3. Ports Used

The application uses the following ports:

  • 8000/8443 (Supabase Panel with or without SSL)
  • 5432 (PostgreSQL)
  • 4000 (Logflare)
4. Additional Open Ports

Additionally, the list of ports opened besides the default ones in Ubuntu (53/22)

  • 8000
  • 8443
5. PostgreSQL Login Credentials
Username: postgres    
Password: PostgreeSQL Password  
6. Supabase JWT Secret
Supabase JWT Token: JWTToken

Support Information

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