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Setting up a self-hosted instance

  • Last updated: March 27, 2024

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In this section, you can find detailed instructions on how to set up a self-hosted instance of Burp Suite Enterprise Edition. You have several methods of deploying a self-hosted instance. We've provided a dedicated guide for each of them.


If you haven't already, we recommend that you read our guide on Planning to deploy Burp Suite Enterprise Edition before you start. This gives you an overview of the process to help you understand what decisions you need to make, identify any additional stakeholders that you may need to involve, and estimate the timeframe before you get started.

  • Standard - use a standard installer to deploy Burp Suite Enterprise Edition, either to your own on-premise infrastructure or cloud-based services in AWS, Azure, Google Cloud Platform, and so on. Depending on the scale and scanning requirements of your organization, you can deploy a standard instance to a single machine or use a multi-machine architecture. For more information, see the Standard setup guide.
  • Kubernetes - use a Helm chart to deploy Burp Suite Enterprise Edition to your Kubernetes cluster. When running on Kubernetes, Burp Suite Enterprise Edition scales the amount of compute resources dedicated to scanning automatically. For more information, see the Kubernetes setup guide
  • CI-driven scans with no dashboard - run scans from a container in your CI/CD environment and consume the results directly in your CI/CD platform. There's no need to host or manage a Burp Suite Enterprise Edition server and dashboard. For more information, see CI-driven scans with no dashboard setup guide.

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