This article assumes you already have a Synpse enabled device running. If not, please read article How to install Synpse Home Assistant is leading opensource project to build smart homes and more. So it is not a coincidence we will cover how to deploy it first :)
You can find quite a few examples in our public Github repository
Overall you can deploy anything to Synpse as long as you have a working Docker image.
Create an application using UI and wait for it to be deployed:
Home assistant deployment as a yaml file looks like this:
This example uses
amd64 image. If you are using
arm64 device and OS, you will need to
change image to
Example bellow will run this on all available devices, but you can also run it on a specific device. See Scheduling. In addition, we map container port
8123 to host port
Allocations page to see the status of your application:
Once the application is running, you can access it using
Synpse CLI or just a browser if a device is in your local network:
<your_device_ip> can be found in
If you want to access a device from your local machine from anywhere in the world, you can use
To access the application via CLI, first you will need CLI to be installed on your device.
CLIin the top left corner of the Synpse cloud and choose appropriate platform.
Synpse CLIon your device.
Access Keyfor CLI usage and configure CLI to use it
once you are done, you can access your application using
You should be able to access your application from your local machine using
In this short tutorial we have shown how to deploy Home Assistant and access it. The next steps for you could be looking into how to work with hardware devices and install various HA addons. If you have any questions or suggestions, feel free to start a new discussion in our forum.