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SonarQube CE on AWS

By: Solve DevOps Latest Version: SonarQube:, Ubuntu:20.04, Build:20240511

Product Overview

SonarQube™ is an open-source platform for continuous inspection of code quality. With SonarQube™, you can perform automatic reviews with static analysis of code to detect bugs, coding standards violations, unit test coverage, code complexity, comments, etc.

Quality is important for any software product and becoming increasingly critical. This listing includes SonarQube™ on top of rock-solid Ubuntu 20.04, making it easy for you to start a Quality Analysis practice for your organisation in One-Click.

With over 29 programming languages supported by this platform today and growing fast, it makes sense to leverage SonarQube™ as your source for every code quality-related requirement you have in mind.

What are the benefits of using SonarQube™?

Quality is important in software development, and ensuring the code meets a quality standard is essential to its growth. Using SonarQube™, companies identify errors, bugs, and security issues in their code. Users can get reports on duplicated code, coding standards, unit tests etc. It also has a reporting module where you can find out about the number of security-related issues in your codebase. Other benefits include;

  • Code Quality Analysis platform with great community support.
  • Very easy-to-use Web UI with point-and-click administration.
  • Multiple programming language support
  • Integrates easily with Github, Gitlab and other SCM tools.

Getting Started.

Step 1:
On AWS MarketPlace, Click Subscribe to get started

Step 2:
Go through AWS options to launch an Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) instance using our baked SonarQube™ on AWS image. We recommend the following specifications; you are welcome to try lower, especially if you are testing things out.

t2.medium or
  • 2 VCPUs
  • 4 GB RAM

Step 3:
Once your instance is launched, it will take about 5 minutes to bootstrap for the first time. When ready, you should be able to browse to SonarQube™ web UI located at http://ip.address.of.instance:9000. For example, if your instance is on IP address, you should be able to access the web UI by browsing to The default username is admin, and the password is the ID for your EC2 instance. e.g. i-0123456789

username: admin
password: EC2 instance ID (e.g. i-0123456789)

Should you need to, SSH is available as well. The credentials for that are;

username: ubuntu
password: use SSH-Key used during EC2 instance provision

SonarQube™ is a very powerful tool that can assist organisations in uplifting the quality of their products and code. In this guide, we showed you how to set up SonarQube™ on AWS using our custom-baked image in the AWS MarketPlace. We explained the benefits of using SonarQube and its features. We hope you are excited to use SonarQube™ in your projects.

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SonarQube:, Ubuntu:20.04, Build:20240511

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Linux/Unix, Ubuntu 20.04

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  • Amazon Machine Image

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