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About the Open Source version

There are two separate editions of

  • The code for the completely open-source, MIT-licensed version described on this page is available on, and can be self-hosted using e.g. Docker, is great for testing Webhooks, but doesn't include Pro features like Custom Actions.

  • The cloud version of at which has more features, some of them requiring a paid subscription.

You can choose to run the Open Source version of either via Docker, or install it on any Web server with PHP7 support.

Realtime updates

laravel-echo-server or Pusher can be used to enable realtime updates. Take a look at the .env.example to see the environment variables required to configure it.

For laravel-echo-server, the app expects to be available at the / path relative to the index page. This can be done with nginx like so:

    location / {
        proxy_http_version 1.1;
        proxy_set_header Upgrade $http_upgrade;
        proxy_set_header Connection 'upgrade';
        proxy_set_header Host $host;
        proxy_cache_bypass $http_upgrade;


The provided Docker Compose file sets up a complete environment that runs the image and all dependencies (Redis, Laravel Echo Server, etc.). Note that if running this in production, you should probably run a Redis server that persists data to disk. The Docker image is also not tuned for large amounts of traffic.

Installation Guide

  1. Run docker-compose up
  2. The app will be available on


A set of Kubernetes configuration files can be found in the kubernetes subfolder.

Installation Guide

Configure the resources, and apply with kubectl apply -f ./.

Web Server


  • PHP 7
  • Redis
  • Composer
  • Web server – e.g. nginx, apache2

DigitalOcean has a guide on how to configure nginx.

Installation Guide

  1. Run the following commands:
  2. composer install
  3. cp .env.example .env - adjust settings as needed
  4. php artisan key:generate
  5. Setup virtual host pointing to the /public folder.