With CoreMedia Content Cloud you do not get a program to install and run, but a workspace to develop within, to build with Maven and to deploy artifacts from.
Different deployment scenarios
By default, you have two ways to build and deploy the workspace. Both approaches base on the built of the Blueprint Workspace described below.
The Docker test system setup is the recommended way. It uses the Docker images to start the systems components. See Docker Compose Setup for details.
The Deployment Archive. It is a Zip file that contains all application artifacts required to deploy on a supported Linux system. It uses Chef to set up the CoreMedia system.
The quick start describes only one path, no options or advanced configurations are described. The "Further Reading" section of each step contains links to additional content, but you do not need to read these chapters for the purpose of the quick start.
You need Internet access and a resolvable host name to get everything up and running.