Hosting Paragon On-Premise
Learn about deploying Paragon on your own infrastructure.
You can run Paragon on your own infrastructure (on-premise), allowing you to use Paragon in your virtual private cloud (VPC). Businesses with high security or data privacy requirements, such as HIPAA, often deploy Paragon on-premise to remain compliant.
Paragon On-Premise is only available on our Enterprise plan. If you're evaluating a Paragon for a large production use case or have any questions about our Enterprise plan, please book a call.

Managed On-Premise

The most common way our customers hosting Paragon On-Premise is through our Managed On-Premise service. With Managed On-Premise, you are assigned a dedicated DevOps engineer from our team who manages the installation, configuration, updates, and versioning of Paragon on your VPC. This allows you to receive the benefits of hosting Paragon On-Premise without having to manually configure and manage your Paragon instance.

Self-hosting Paragon On-Premise

You can also self-host Paragon On-Premise yourself. When you self-host Paragon, you manage the infrastructure, configure logging, data access, versioning, etc.
Paragon comes bundled in a docker image, meaning you can run it on AWS, GCP, Azure, or any other server or cloud that supports Docker. The minimum requirements for self-hosting Paragon On-premise are:
Minimum requirements
  1. 1.
    Paragon Enterprise license
  2. 2.
    An AWS, GCP, or Azure server
  3. 3.
    A Postgres database (provisioned in Terraform)
  4. 4.
    A Redis database (provisioned in Terraform)
  5. 5.
    A SendGrid account


Please contact [email protected], and we'll connect you with our enterprise team to help answer any questions about hosting Paragon On-Premise.