• 13 Feb 2024
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This article provides a brief overview of the architecture and deployment process of Turbo360 private instance.


The following are necessary for successful installation of Turbo360 private instance in your Azure subscription:

  • Credentials of a Service principal to deploy the Turbo360 private instance.

  • The above-mentioned Service principal should have Contributor access to the resource group in which the Turbo360 private instance should be deployed.


The following Azure resources will be created in the user's subscription as a part of the deployment process:

  1. Web App
  2. Function App
  3. SQL
  4. Storage Account

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Turbo360 provides an installer tool, from which the private instance of Turbo360 can be deployed into the user's Azure subscription .

Choose the required Azure environment and provide valid Service principal details to begin with the deployment process.

The Azure environments supported by Turbo360 private instance include:

  • Azure Global Cloud
  • Azure China Cloud
  • Azure US Government

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Once the Service principal has been successfully validated, it is necessary to choose the authentication type between Managed identity and Connection string to deploy the resources for the Turbo360 private instance.

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To deploy the private instance, the user can use pre-existing Azure resources or create a new resource in the desired region.


The Deployment section shows the status of the ongoing steps needed to deploy the Turbo360 private instance environment.

Once the deployment is complete, a hyperlink will be displayed, and users can begin using their Turbo360 Private Instance by signing up after visiting the link.

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The deployment time will most likely be around 10 minutes.

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