Bolna will provide access to docker image for hosting a Twilio application which you can deploy and connect with your Twilio account in your own infrastructure (AWS/GCP/DigitalOcean etc.)

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Login to docker

Use the docker login command to access the docker images: docker login -u bolnahq. You will be given a password for authentication.

Inject Twilio credentials as environment variables

Create a .env file:

# Bolna API and Websocket hosts
BOLNA_HOST=https://api.bolna.dev
BOLNA_WS_URL=wss://ws.bolna.dev

# Twilio credentials
TWILIO_ACCOUNT_SID=
TWILIO_AUTH_TOKEN=
TWILIO_API_KEY=
TWILIO_API_SECRET=

# Twilio external auth URL
TWILIO_CREDENTIALS_FROM_URL=

# Call recording enable/disable
RECORD_CALL=True
RECORDING_CHANNELS=dual

Bolna will never have access to the recordings.

This .env file will be used to inject the variables while running the docker image.

Starting docker

The following example illustrates on how to start the docker image using docker compose using the .env file in the same directory. You can have any other method of starting docker.

services:
  twilio-app:
    image: bolnahq/twilio-app:1.0.0
    ports:
      - "8081:5000"
    env_file:
      - .env

The twilio-app service uses the bolnahq/twilio-app:1.0.0 image which runs on 5000 port.

It then binds the container and the host machine to the exposed port, 8081. You can specify any other port to bind the container with the host machine.