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Unblu installation and migration

The articles in this section focus on installing Unblu Spark in different contexts. Some subsections, such as Database installation, are relevant to any Unblu Spark installation. The relevance of other sections depends on how you intend to deploy Unblu Spark and integrate it with your existing systems.

Cluster deployment

Read the articles in this section if you intend to deploy Unblu Spark on a Kubernetes or OpenShift cluster.

Application server deployment

Read the articles in this section if you intend to run Unblu Spark on a Java application server such as Apache Tomcat or IBM WebSphere Application Server.

Database installation

SecureFlow Manager

The SecureFlow Manager (SFM) is a component of Unblu Spark that is required for embedded co-browsing in deployments where agents don’t have access to static resources such as images that are served to visitors.

The Unblu services will help you determine whether your use case requires the SecureFlow Manager. If it does, the articles in this section will be of interest to you.

Audio and video calls

The article below outlines the network requirements for the audio and video call features in Unblu Spark. For information on setting up audio and video calls, refer to the articles in Audio and video.

Hardening an Unblu installation

The article below gives you some suggestions for hardening an Unblu installation. Some of the suggestions only apply to on-premises deployments, others are also valid if you use the Unblu Cloud.


New major versions of Unblu Spark may include breaking changes. Read the articles below before migrating to a new major version of Unblu Spark.


The articles on licensing and the Unblu release policy are relevant for every deployment of Unblu Spark. The other articles in this section discuss specific aspects of installing Unblu Spark that are only relevant in certain circumstances.