Have you checked the first tutorials to discover Kuzzle before dive in to it in 15 minutes ?


15 minutes to install Kuzzle, a secure, scalable, fully customizable and open-source backend. It also features an administration console, real-time push notifications, geofencing capabilities, and a fast search engine


Kuzzle can be deployed on-premises and can scale horizontally on any cloud service, intranet, IoT gateway or on your existing Linux or Docker infrastructure. Security layer provides 300+ authentication strategies, including JWT and OAuth2, and a fine-grained policy management to control access to your API.


Install and run Kuzzle, select an SDK, and build your app using your favorite programming language or front-end framework.


Getting started with Kuzzle: Train with the creators of Kuzzle! 

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How to install Kuzzle? Running Kuzzle on your local machine 

Open a terminal and run the following command:

bash -c "$(curl https://get.kuzzle.io/)"


Run Kuzzle on AWS

Kuzzle is compatible with all cloud platforms, in this video we will show you how to run on one of the most used platforms: AWSRun your Kuzzle server on AWS in zero time thanks to the Kuzzle.io AMI.

Documentation on AWS Marketplace


Create, Read, Update and Delete documents in Kuzzle

We'll learn how to Create, Read, Update and Delete documents by using the Document API and the Kuzzle Admin Console.

Access to Kuzzle Admin

Documentation on Persistent Data


Practical user-rights setup in Kuzzle

In this video we'll play around with User rights in Kuzzle. We will add the necessary roles and policies to enable a "copywriter" user in our system.

Documentation on User Management

Documentation about rights


Understanding Kuzzle Clusters: how do Kuzzle clusters work for a better scalability? It's mainly a theoretical tutorial.

Plugin cluster on Github



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