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Deploy on Heroku

Create Instance

Deploy Authorizer with postgres DB using heroku and play with it in 30seconds

Deploy to Heroku

After click the above button you will see screen as below, follow the steps mentioned below:


Step 1: Enter the App name

App name becomes the url for your application. Example if you have entered authorizer-demo as the app name then the authorizer url will be authorizer-demo.herokuapp.com.

Step 2: Choose the Region and deploy

Select the region you want to deploy you application in. Heroku supports United States and Europe only.

Step 4: Setup Instance

  • Open authorizer instance endpoint in browser
  • Sign up as an admin with a secure password
  • Configure environment variables from authorizer dashboard. Check env docs for more information

Note: DATABASE_URL, DATABASE_TYPE and DATABASE_NAME are only configurable via platform envs

Updating Instance

Update Authorizer to latest version on existing Heroku instance

Pre requisites

Step 1: Clone Authorizer Heroku App

The Authorizer app with Heroku buildpack/configuration is available at: Github.

Clone the above repository.

git clone https://github.com/authorizerdev/authorizer-heroku
cd authorizer-heroku

If you already have this, then pull the latest changes which will have the updated GraphQL engine Docker image.

Step 2: Attach Heroku app

Let’s say your Heroku app is called authorizer-heroku and is running on heroku.

From inside the graphql-engine-heroku directory, use the Heroku CLI to configure the git repo you cloned in Step 1 to be able to push to this app.

# Replace authorizer-heroku with your Heroku app's name
heroku git:remote -a authorizer-heroku
heroku stack:set container -a authorizer-heroku

You can find your Heroku git repo in your Heroku - Settings - Info - Heroku Git URL

Step 3: git push to deploy the latest Authorizer GraphQL engine

When you git push to deploy, the Heroku app will get updated with the latest changes:

git push heroku main
Last updated on November 24, 2022