Environment Overview

After logging into KintoHub, all users begin at the Environment Overview page. This page provides a holistic view of your services in a single environment. You can imagine combining your web, backend APIs, jobs, databases, and all the other services that make up your app within a single environment.

Environment Overview Page#

To get to the environment overview, you need to login to KintoHub and you will automatically be placed on the last Environment page you visited. If you have not created an environment yet, you will be prompted to create one.

Create New Environment#

  1. Click on the dropdown at the top left next to your environment name
  2. Click on the Create Environment button in your region of choice

  1. Create a name for your environment.
  2. Start adding services to your environment

Edit Environment#

  1. Click on the Settings icon displayed at the top-right corner.

  1. Edit your Environment name in the slide panel displayed.
  2. Click on the Save button

On clicking the Save button, your edited Environment Name will be saved.

  • The Region field is locked and cannot be edited.
  • The Environment ID is a unique ID generated for your environment and may be requested by the support team when aiding you with an issue.

Delete Environment#

  1. Login to your account
  2. Click on the Settings icon displayed at the top-right corner.
  3. Click on the Delete Environment button displayed in a slide panel.

  1. Click on the Delete button in the prompt displayed to delete your Environment.


Environments cannot be deleted if you have your services running in it, All services in your environment must be deleted before you can delete your environment. You must have at least 1 environment on your account. The deletion functionality is disabled if you only have 1 environment.

Service List#

Under the services tab, you will be able to see all of your services and their information.

  • Service Type - Displayed on the top left with an icon identifier on the far left.
  • Service Name - Name of your service, defaults to your repository name.
  • Service Sub-Type - Relevant information such as Dockerfile or Database type information of your service
  • Last Updated - Shows a time of when your service was last updated.
  • Status - A service can be Healthy or Unhealthy at any given time.
    • When your service is unhealthy, it means that it is currently not accessible and needs your attention!