BunnyShell & UpCloud Hosting Integration Process [Step by Step]
Mohammed Wasim Akram
First Published on:
May 21, 2021
Last Updated on:
June 20, 2021
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In this illustrative tutorial, I am going to teach how to integrate your UpCloud Hosting account with the BunnyShell server management application to make them work together and manage your websites hosted on UpCloud from the BunnyShell interface.
If you're a BunnyShell user or thinking about using it in the future with the most powerful cloud hosting provider UpCloud then you're going to learn exactly that in this tutorial step by step.
The very first step is to sign up for an UpCloud account by filling up all the necessary details on their signup page including your credit card details if you don't already have an existing account over there.
But if you already have an UpCloud account in place then you can skip this step altogether and directly jump on to the next step.
Step #2. Go to the UpCloud Account Management Page
The next step after creating an account on UpCloud is to head over your cursor to the top right corner of the page just next to your profile picture and username and hover over on the drop-down menu option.
Once you hover over the menu you will see a few options, just ignore everything else on the menu and click the Account menu link as shown in the screenshot below.
Step #3. Allow BunnyShell API in UpCloud
Now just scroll down the page and you will see a section named Permission which is the place you need to play with on this account page.
Once you're on this section just click on the Allow API connections from, checkbox, then click on the drop-down field next to it and select A specific address among all the other options.
Then insert this BunnyShell API Address 188.8.131.52 in the below field and after that scroll down the page to the extreme below and hit the Save Changes button which you can find on the left side of the page.
Step #4. UpCloud Integration Connection on BunnyShell
Now it's time to log in to your BunnyShell account dashboard and then click on the Integrations link from the left side menu which you can find below on the page.
Once you click on the integrations menu you will be redirected to the Cloud Providers page where you need to hit the Connect button of the UpCloud section.
Currently, you will see the Connection status as Not connected which will change after you connect successfully.
Step #5. Add Login Details of UpCloud to Connect
After you click on the connect button you will end up on the Connect UpCloud page where you need to fill up the Login Form using the original UpCloud Username and Password and then hit the Connect button.
Step #6. UpCloud & BunnyShell Integrated
As soon as you hit the connect button after giving the correct login details it will trigger the automatic page refresh and you will see the same previous Cloud Providers page again but this time you will find that the Connection status is Connected in the UpCloud section unlike before.
If the status is connected then congratulations as you have successfully integrated your UpCloud Hosting account with the BunnyShell server management application.
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