To deploy apps to Vultr using Nanobox, you first need to create a Vultr account. In your Vultr admin, select "Account" in the left-nav and open the "API" section. By default, Vultr API access is disabled. When you enable it, they will provide you with an API key.

Vultr Access Token

Vultr lets you whitelist subnets that can access the Vultr API using the generated key. To use the Nanobox Vultr integration, go ahead and click "Allow All IPv4".

Vultr IP Whitelist

Note: If you're uncomfortable whitelisting all IPv4 addresses, you can whitelist This is the subnet on which the Nanobox Vultr adapter is hosted, but this subnet is subject to change. If/when it changes, you will need to manually update your Vultr account with the new subnet.

Add a New Provider

In your Nanobox dashboard, got to Account Admin > Hosting Accounts and add a new account. Select Vultr and click "Proceed."

Select Vultr

Nanobox needs your Vultr access token to authenticate with your Vultr account. Paste in your token and click "Verify & Proceed."

Enter your Vultr access token

Name your provider and choose a default region. The name is arbitrary and only meant to help you identify it in your list of provider accounts.

Name your provider and select a default region

Launch a New App

Go to the home page of your Nanobox dashboard and click the "Launch New App" button. Select your Vultr provider from the dropdown and choose the region in which you'd like to deploy your app.

Select your Vultr provider

Confirm and click "Let's Go!" Nanobox will order a VC2 instance under your Vultr account, provision the Nanobox platform components, and prepare for your first deploy.

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