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About Deploying

As stated in the Introduction, assets created in enebular can be deployed to devices.

Deploying Flows

Data flows created with the Node-RED based flow editor can be deployed to devices via third party services.

While as shown in the image below it is possible to perform the "Deploy" operation within the flow editor started from enebular, note that the purpose of this is to just save the flow, and when doing this the flow execution will stop after a few minutes.


To have it run permanantly, it must be deployed to a device using a third party service.

As mentioned in the Introduction, when doing a deploy there are two concepts that should be kept in mind.

  • Device: The device that will be the execution environment of the asset.
  • Device Master: The managing role that accepts deploy requests from enebular and then deploys to the device, monitors the device and sends logs on to enebular.


For cloud services that deploy to edge devices like AWS IoT and Pelion Device Management, the edge device is the device and the cloud service is the device master.

If the execution environment exists in the cloud as with Heroku and AWS Lambda, then the cloud service takes on both the device and device master roles.

Flow size able to deploy


Maximum Size : 5kB


Maximum Size : 100kB

cloud service

Target Maximum Size
Heroku 100kB
AWS Lambda 100kB

The actual methods of deploying are as follows. * When deployment fails, no retry applied.



Deployment result

The summary of all previous deployments is displayed inside the asset's Deploy tab. Following information is displayed:

  • Target Count
  • Status
  • Version
  • Connection Name
  • Deployed By
  • Requested Time
  • Last Updated Time

The deployment result is displayed under Status property and consists of following statuses:

Types of Status

Status Description
Successful Asset deployed to all devices is successful
Failed Asset deployment to some or all devices is failed
Processing Asset deployment to some or all devices is ongoing

Detailed information about each deployment can be displayed by individually clicking on a single Deployment History item. The Deployment History Detail page provides the following information:

  • Device Name
  • Deploy Status
  • Requested Time
  • Status Last Updated Time

Clicking on the device name will take you to the device's Overview page. The device's Overview page is available only for registered devices.

Deployment can be repeated with Redeploy feature by clicking Redeploy button. An opened dialog allows you to see all Deployment Targets and status of the previous deployment to this device.

You can change selected targets for new Deployment which would be performed after clicking Redeploy button inside a dialog.

Node-RED Compatibility

Enabling or disabling a node

enebular v2.25.0 or higher uses Node-RED v1. It brings Node-RED Enabling or disabling a node feature. This feature can be used when deploying a flow to the following:

  • enebular-agent: 2.15.0 or higher
  • Heroku deploy (enebular-agent-heroku): 1.1.2 or higher
    (enebular-agent-heroku version can be checked as the value of the environment variable AGENT_HEROKU_VERSION of the deploy destination (if this environment variable does not exist, the version of the agent is less than 1.1.2))
  • lambda deploy (deployed to Node-RED v1.0.5)

If you deploy a disabled node to an unsupported target, the node will be enabled by default.

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