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Appwrite provides you with all the core APIs you need for building a modern application packaged together as a set of easy-to-use Docker containers.

With the Appwrite REST API, you could easily integrate and manage user authentication, storage management, and data persistency. Appwrite offers multiple SDKs to integrate from a variety of platforms and coding languages. Appwrite also includes a Cloud Functions service to allow you to customize your API for any special use-case you might need.

Appwrite can be easily integrated within your app from both client and server sides. Unlike most BAAS solutions, Appwrite doesn’t aim to replace your existing backend architecture and can work very well alongside it.

The server has many built-in security features like auto-generated SSL certificates, audit logs, abuse control, data encryption, and more to ensure your API is secure by default.

Getting started after deploying Appwrite

Once you create your VM, connect to it using ssh root@your_VM_public_ipv4. Once you successfully connect and login to your VM, the Appwrite installation command will automatically run.

Once running, it will download the required Docker images and start the installation process. It will ask you a series of questions regarding your Domains and network port of choice. Provide appropriate information, and the installation will complete.

Once the installation is complete, you can visit the domain linked to your VM or your_VM_public_ipv4 to view the Appwrite console. To get started with Appwrite further, please visit our docs and get started tutorials for WebFlutterServer, and CLI integrations.

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