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Deploy n8n

Deploy n8n

n8n (opens in a new tab) is an extendable workflow automation tool. With a fair-code distribution model, n8n will always have visible source code, be available to self-host, and allow you to add your own custom functions, logic and apps. n8n's node-based approach makes it highly versatile, enabling you to connect anything to everything.

This article will show you how to deploy n8n with PostgreSQL on Zeabur.

Deploy n8n from template

Since n8n requires PostgreSQL as a database, you can not deploy it directly from the image.

We have made a template for you to deploy n8n with PostgreSQL in one click.

Deploy on Zeabur (opens in a new tab)

Step 1: Open n8n template page

First of all, visit the template page (opens in a new tab) for n8n.

You can see that the template is already configured with PostgreSQL service, so you don't need to do anything.

Template Page

Step 2: Deploy template

Click on the Deploy button, and then select a region to deploy your services.

Select Region

After the selection, you will be automatically redirected to the project page where you can see the deployment progress.


Wait a few more seconds, and your n8n service will be deployed successfully and start running.

Step 3: Bind domain

You need to bind a domain to access your Linkwarden service after the deployment.

You can follow the guide to bind a domain for more details.

Step 4: Setup Account

After the deployment is complete, you can access your n8n service through the domain name you bound.

You will see a page like this:

n8n Setup

Follow the instructions on the page to set up your n8n account. After the setup is complete, you can use n8n normally.