You only need to complete this step one time for a new Pro project. This code is already on
master for the Starter project. As a best practice, you need to have the template Adobe Commerce project (or
master branch) fully deployed across all environments to ensure all future code pushes correctly deploy.
After fully setting up your local workspace, for Pro you should have the cloned Integration
master branch on your local. To finish your initial setup, we strongly recommend fully deploying
master branch to Staging and Production environments. You only need to push this branch from Integration to Staging and Production once without any changes. This fully installs the base Adobe Commerce application into those environments.
This initial push provides the following benefits:
- Fully installs Adobe Commerce in each environment
- Allows the build/deploy scripts to use the
setup:upgradecommand instead of
setup:install(important for adding extensions)
- Pushes the Adobe Commerce encryption key across all environments
- Protects against errors and failures when installing with added modules and extensions
Not all extensions are correctly tested with the setup:install command and application modes. If you initially install the application code with added 3rd party extensions or custom code, you may receive errors and build/deploy failures. By deploying the unmodified Adobe Commerce template, all future deployments to Staging and Production typically do not encounter installation issues from 3rd party and custom code.
To deploy, you need the following:
- A project with an unmodified Adobe Commerce template
masterbranch (projects created using the import option may encounter issues)
- Staging and Production environments provisioned
- SSH access to Staging and Production environments
Enter a ticket
If you need environments provisioned and SSH access, enter a Support ticket.
To request environment provisioning, you will need to have cleared a payment for the Adobe Commerce on cloud infrastructure subscription and completed an on-boarding call with Adobe.
To receive SSH access, provide public SSH keys in the ticket for the environments. You should receive the SSH URL for these environments in your project information from Adobe.
Deploy to Staging and Production
The Project Web Interface provides full features to create, manage, and deploy code branches in your Integration, Staging, and Production environments for Starter and Pro plans. You can also use SSH and CLI commands to complete these process. Previously for Pro plans, you could only use SSH and CLI commands for Staging and Production.
For the Pro plan, deploy the branch you created to Staging and Production.
- Log in to your project.
- Select the branch you created.
- Select the Merge option to deploy to Staging.
- Select the Staging branch.
- Select the Merge option to deploy to Production.
Deploy using SSH
If you prefer to use CLI for deploying, you will need to configure additional SSH settings and Git remotes to use commands. You can SSH into the Staging and Production environments to push the
You’ll need the SSH and Git with your project ID. The formats are as follows:
Git URL format:
SSH URL format:
<project ID>_stg@<project ID>.ent.magento.cloud
<project ID>@<project ID>.ent.magento.cloud
As part of pushing the code, you may need to:
After that is set up, you can SSH into the environment and use Git commands to push the branches.
Set up remote Git repositories
When you know your Git URLs, you must set them up as remote upstream repositories so you can push code to them.
1 git remote add <remote repository name> <remote repository URL>
1 git remote add staging email@example.com:dr5q6no7mhqip_stg.git
1 git remote add prod firstname.lastname@example.org:dr5q6no7mhqip.git
Set up your SSH agent
You can use any SSH client you prefer or see our Recommended tools. For these examples, we use the OpenSSH client.
The SSH agent forwards authentication requests from Staging or Production to your working system (that is, your local workspace). An SSH agent enables you to log in to remote servers from the staging or production host using a local private SSH key. With a working SSH agent, you can easily copy files directly between the staging or production host and integration, or from another remote server.
To set up an SSH agent:
- Log in to local development machine.
Enter the following command:
One of the following messages displays:
Working SSH agent:
2048 ab:de:56:94:e3:1e:71:c3:4f:df:e1:62:8d:29:a5:c0 /home/magento_user/.ssh/id_rsa (RSA)
Skip the next step and continue with step 4.
SSH agent not started:
Could not open a connection to your authentication agent.
Continue with step 3.
To start the SSH agent, enter the following command:
eval $(ssh-agent -s)
The agent’s process ID (PID) displays.
Add your SSH key to the agent:
A message similar to the following displays:
Identity added: /home/magento_user/.ssh/id_rsa (/home/magento_user/.ssh/id_rsa)
For more information on setting up SSH, see Enable SSH keys as part of your local setup.
SSH and pull the Git branch
Open an SSH connection to your Staging or Production environment:
ssh -A <project ID>_stg@<project ID>.ent.magento.cloud
ssh -A <project ID>@<project ID>.ent.magento.cloud
masterbranch to the server.
git pull origin master
You’re ready to code!
When this code is fully deployed to those environments, you can begin development, add extensions, and more!