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This plugin catch, webhooks and call Cloudways API for start a new deployment.


See documentation tab for setup this properly.


Please use GitHub Issues to report any issues with this plugin.

Reviews should not be used for getting support or reporting bugs, if you need support please use the Plugin support link.



  1. Install this plugin
  2. Setup link between Cloudways and GitHub

    1. Go to your Cloudways dashboard and generate SSH Keys
      (Your app > Deployment Via Git > Generate SSH Keys)
    2. Download ssh keys
    3. Go to your GitHub repo settings > Deploy keys and add key previously downloaded
    4. Back to Cloudways (Your app > Deployment Via Git) and set Git Remote address, branch and click Start Deployment
  3. Create a Cloudways API key

    1. Log into the Cloudways Platform
    2. Generate your API key using this link https://platform.cloudways.com/api
    3. Copy the Key and Email (it will be required in the settings of the plugin)
  4. Configure your plugin in the "Settings area"

    • You can find your App id in the URL
      ex: https://platform.cloudways.com/apps/42/access_detail mean app id 42
    • Server ID can be found with by the same way
      ex: https://platform.cloudways.com/server/15/access_detail mean server id 15
    • Don't forget to change the GitHub URL for match your repos
  5. Add a Webhook in Your Git Repository
    1. Copy WebHook URL: displayed on plugin settings
    2. Go to your GitHub repo settings > Webhooks
    3. Click on Add Webhook
    4. Paste WebHook URL in Payload URL field and click Add webhook

Renaming token in webhook_token

Sep 13, 2017


First version of CloudwaysDeploy

Sep 13, 2017