Extend the power of the EDJX Edge Platform with innovative tools.

EDJX VS Code Extension

The EDJX Toolkit is an open-source extension built for Visual Studio Code (VS Code) editor. Using this extension, you can develop and deploy serverless EdjCLI applications that use the EDJX platform.


  • Application Creation, Updating, and Deleting

  • Function Creation, Updating, Deleting, and Deploying

  • Multi-Org Functionality

Install EDJX Toolkit

Monitoring - EdjConsole

The EDJX Console Dashboard provides you with real-time insights that help you establish how to grow and improve your application deployments.
Insights include:


  • Requests for applications and nodes.

  • Active and inactive applications.

  • Multi-Org Functionality

  • Public and private buckets.

  • Resource compute, network usage, and storage.
  • Number of domains.
  • Option to switch between organizations that you manage.

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The EDJX command line interface (CLI) provides a unified tool used to manage your EDJX instance and interact with other EDJX features and services.


  • edjx application — Create, delete, list, read, and update your applications.

  • edjx bucket — Create, delete, list, read, and update your storage.

  • edjx completion — Generate completion script.

  • edjx config — Operational commands.

  • edjx domain — EdjCDN and EdjDNS specific commands.

  • edjx genkeys — Generate a public/private key pair.

  • edjx login — Log into EDJX.

  • edjx logout — Log out of EDJX.

  • edjx organization — List and read details about the organizations assigned to the user.

  • edjx show — Displays the associated entity configured with the EDJX Platform.

  • edjx user — Generate user certificates.

  • edjx version — Displays the EDJX CLI version.


The EDJX API allows you to programmatically manage your applications, domains, buckets, and other resources using conventional HTTP requests.

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EDJX manages resources based on the Usage Plan an organization purchases. Users can be assigned to an unlimited number of Organizations, and Organizations can have up to 50 users.


  • The user who creates an Organization is given the Group Role of Administrator. Users who are part of the Administrator group can assign the following group permissions to other users who are part of an organization, as desired.

  • Administrators: Can perform any operation on any resource within the organization.

  • Developers: Can perform any operation on all applications and buckets (and related child resources) within the organization.

  • Node Operators: Can perform any operation on the nodes (and related child resources) owned by them within the respective organization.

  • Anonymous User: Users within this group can perform function execution operations within the respective organization.

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