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Sign up for an EDJX Account

When you create your EDJX user account, click Sign In With Google or use an email address.

Both methods of signup require two-factor authentication for the initial setup; therefore, you need to have access to your Google or email account to verify the account information you enter.

See Sign Up for EDJX Account for detailed instructions.

Log in to the Console

There are two ways to log in to the Console:

  • Use the Welcome Email

  • Go directly to the Sign-in Page

See Sign in to the EDJX Console for detailed instructions.

Both methods, when completed successfully, direct you to the EDJX Welcome Screen.

If you are a developer who is more comfortable using a command line or VS Code to manage your workflow, see EDJX CLI or EDJX Toolkit Extension for VS Code, respectively.

Use the Platform

Now that you are all signed up and logged into the EDJX Platform you can now use the EDJX Platform as your Edge Computing solutions for:

  • EDJX CDN — Serving as your content delivery network (CDN), the EDJX platform stores your content so that it is available on all EDJX CDN edge servers.

  • EDJX DNS — Use the EDJX Platform to manage your domain zones and their corresponding resource records.

  • EDJX Serverless Applications — The EDJX Platform executes your serverless applications, to target WebAssembly (WASM) and deploys that code to the web, instantly.

  • EDJX Object Storage — The EDJX Platform allows you to manage and store your buckets and files in one place.

Enable the EDJX CDN

The EDJX CDN makes the transmission of your content more efficient for your customers.

Visit EDJX CDN Overview to read about what EDJX CDN can do for your website traffic.

Connect your Domains to the EDJX DNS Services

Adding a domain to your account lets you manage the domain’s DNS records with the EDJX Platform.

Configuration is dependent on which domain zone setup type you want to create: Full or CNAME.

Visit EDJX DNS Overview to read about the supported domain zones and the resource records.

Create and Manage your Serverless Applications using the EDJX Platform

EDJX currently supports the building, management, and deployment of Rust and C++ applications.

Rust Developers

Sample EDJX serverless Rust functions are available in the EDJX Rust Example code repo. See also EDJX SDK Documentation for Rust and Using Rust to Create an EDJX Serverless Function.

C++ Developers

Sample EDJX serverless C++ functions are available in the EDJX C++ Example code repo. See also EDJX SDK Documentation for C++ and Using C++ to Create an EDJX Serverless Function.

If you need to create a .wasm file, you can use the EDJX CLI to build one. See the example on the function build page if you need help creating a .wasm file.

EDJX Object Storage

The EDJX Platform can operate as your decentralized object storage to store your files within buckets. An EDJX bucket is a logical folder within an organization.

Visit EDJX Buckets Overview to read about how the EDJX Object Storage solution can manage your data.