To start working with Firebolt, you first need to register your organization and create your first account. An organization provides a logical structure for managing accounts, billing, and authentication. Read more about organizations and accounts and their benefits.
When registering to Firebolt, the domain name used in your registration email will determine the organization name. Organization names are globally unique — no two organizations can have the same name. If you need two organizations under the same domain, contact the Firebolt Support team for further assistance.
To register to Firebolt and create an organization:
- Go to Firebolt’s registration page: go.firebolt.io/signup
- Enter the following information in the form:
- First name
- Last name
- Email - make sure you use a business email address, such as
email@example.com. Based on that address, Firebolt infers the name of your company and organization. Firebolt does not support usernames with personal email addresses, such as
- Region in which to create your first account. You will be able to create additional accounts in other regions later on, if needed.
- Click Register.
- An email will be sent to the address provided to verify the organization. When this email is received, click on Activate. To move on to the next step, Firebolt will approve your registration request and validate your information - this step might take a couple of minutes to complete.
- Once approved, you will get a welcome email. Click Go to Firebolt in this email.
- Enter a password as instructed and choose Set password.
- Choose Log in. Enter your login information (email address and password) and click Log in.
Congratulations - you have successfully set up your organization. Welcome to Firebolt!
Your organization comes prepared with one account for your convenience - choose your own name or keep the default.
- Manage accounts
- Create logins or set up SSO authentication
- Add users to your account
- Manage roles
- Create databases, engines, and load your data. Follow our getting started tutorial to try this out with sample data.