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Deploy Umami

Deploy Umami

Umami (opens in a new tab) is a simple, fast, website analytics tool for those who care about privacy. It's the open-source alternative to Google Analytics.

This article will show you how to deploy Umami on Zeabur with a custom domain.

Deploy Umami from template

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

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

Deploy on Zeabur (opens in a new tab)

Step 1: Open Umami template page

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

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


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 Umami 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: Log in and configure Umami

After binding the domain, you can click the domain to enter the Umami login page, and use the default account admin and password umami to log in.

Umami login page

For more information about Umami, please refer to the Umami official documentation (opens in a new tab).