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Hardware Requirements

Speedia Control is crafted using Go, relying solely on the standard dependencies that come with MicroOS (such as podman). The operating system with Control running should comfortably fit within 512MB of RAM. However, the hardware requirements for your virtual machine will largely depend on the number of containers you’ll be running.

For example, a typical workload with a few basic containers should be fine with 2 to 4GB of RAM.

Running on The Cloud

A one-click deployment option will soon be available. In the meantime, you can get started with Speedia Control in just three simple steps:

  1. Download the openSUSE MicroOS image and deploy it to your chosen data centre, ensuring there is an unformatted secondary disk available for data storage.
  2. Upload the Speedia Control binary to the /var/speedia directory on MicroOS.
  3. Execute control sys-install in the MicroOS terminal. This command will set up everything needed to manage your applications efficiently.
  4. Create an account with control account create -u username -p password then login into the dashboard at https://yourinstance:3141/_/.

Running Locally

The setup process is identical to running on the cloud. However, for local execution, you’ll need software such as VMWare Workstation Player or Oracle VM VirtualBox.

Known Issues

If you encounter a license error, you can run control license refresh to regenerate the license.