Guide – How To Start – Huginn – Workflow-Automation Server on Ubuntu

Huginn is a web-based scheduling service that runs workers called Agents. Each Agent performs a specific function, such as sending an email or requesting a website. Agents generate and consume JSON payloads called events.

This is a quick deployment and ready-to-run image.
Simple and rapid installation. Easy to maintain.

Configuration and connection to Huginn on Ubuntu

For Huginn to work, you must open the TCP port 3000 in the network parameters in the Azure Firewall.

To connect to Huginn, go to http://ip:3000 with your browser, where “ip” is the IP address of your Azure virtual machine. When opened, the Huginn login page will be displayed:

Log in to your Huginn instance using the username “admin” and password “password”

After logging into the system, it is recommended to change the login and password of the standard user for security purposes. To do this, click in the upper right corner on

Account —-> User Management:

On the open page, click on the username of the admin user:

Enter the data convenient for you Email, Username, Password and Password confirmation and then click “Update User”:

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