|This document describes version 6 of Unblu. If you’re using the latest major version of Unblu, go to the documentation of the latest version.|
Here you can find links to everything you will need to setup and install Unblu.
An Unblu cluster can accommodate the pulse and flow of real business. Resources can be made available on demand; automatically growing or shrinking according to actual needs.
The hardware required to run Unblu, in a cluster, using Kubernetes/Openshift is different in both extent and concept to the requirements to run Unblu using a 'traditional' Web Application Server/Container (such as Apache Tomcat).
If you intend to run a cluster (even if it is a single-node cluster) see Cluster Hardware Requirements.
If you intend to run Unblu on a 'traditional' web server (such as Apache Tomcat) see System Requirements - No Cluster.
If you intend to run the Rendering Service (universal and document Co-browsing) see Rendering Service Requirements.
Other requirements, common to both cluster installation and 'traditional Web server' installation are listed below: