Deploy with Docker Compose

OpenReplay stack can be installed on a single machine with Docker Compose.

  1. Ubuntu 20.04 LTS (LTS version is recommended)
  2. Public IP Attached to the machine. Means your server is reachable from the Internet.
  3. You should have a domain name attached to the ip address.
  4. Choose your instance type. The minimum specs are 2 vCPUs, 8 GB of RAM, 50 GB of storage, otherwise OpenReplay backend services won’t simply start. So, we recommend at least the t3.large (or an equivalent), which is enough for a low/moderate volume. If you’re expecting high traffic, you should scale from here.
## From your terminal
SSH_KEY=~/Downloads/openreplay-key.pem #! wherever you've saved the SSH key
chmod 400 $SSH_KEY
ssh -i $SSH_KEY ubuntu@$INSTANCE_IP
  1. Install OpenReplay by providing the domain on which it will be running (e.g.
/bin/bash -c "$(curl -fsSL"

You’re all set now, OpenReplay should be securely accessible on the domain you created first. You can create an account by visiting the /signup page (i.e.

If you encounter any issues, connect to our Slack or check out our Forum and get help from our community.