You can use Cloud 66 to provision and deploy your code to servers in any Linode region.

Private networking is automatically enabled for all servers deployed by Cloud 66. This means that servers can communicate freely between each other on the same network without counting towards bandwidth costs.

Generate a Linode API key

You need to provide your Linode API keys in order for Cloud 66 to access your account. To generate one, access the my profile page of your Linode account, and go to the API Keys menu (you may be asked to provide your password again for security reasons).

Once there, create a label for your new key, as well as an expiry date, and then hit Create API Key. Take careful note of the key provided - it cannot be displayed again.

Add Linode key to an application

Visit the Cloud 66 Dashboard and select Get started building an application. After connecting to your Git repository and analyzing your code, you will be asked to Add your cloud platform. From this menu, select Linode and provide your API key.


If you delete your application from Cloud 66, your servers will not be deleted on your cloud provider unless the physical server deletion setting is turned on.