By default, applications in Nullstone are protected behind private networks. In order to make our application public, we add a Domain from the "Domains" tab.
You can either configure a Nullstone Domain or bring your own Custom Domain.
A Nullstone Domain allows you to launch quickly without worrying about purchasing and configuring the domain. If you click to add a Nullstone domain to your application, Nullstone will automatically generate a public url in the form
<generated> is a random set of letters and numbers)
Nullstone allows you to register your company's domain and use it to configure custom urls for your applications. The example below illustrates the configuration of the subdomain
Since this is a container application, the domain connects to your application using a Load Balancer Capability.
In order to ensure unique urls for each environment, the environment name will be appended. If the custom domain is configured as
api.acme.com then the
dev environment will be given a url of
api.dev.acme.com and production will be
api.acme.com. The chart below illustrates this example across many environments.
No matter what type of domain you configure for your application, Nullstone will ensure that a valid SSL certificate is provisioned and your application is hosted using