Cyphon works with the help of several open source projects. To get Cyphon up and running, you'll need to install all of its dependencies. We've simplified this process by using Docker, which allows you to easily deploy an application as a set of microservices. Additionally, we've created a set of files for running Cyphon in both development and production environments. Employing a Docker Compose file enables you to quickly install and run Cyphon and the other services it uses:
- PostgreSQL – a relational database
- RabbitMQ – a message broker
- Logstash – a data ingestion system
You can download them here <link to git repository for cyphondock>.
If you'd like to work with our Docker images directly, you can find them on Docker Hub:
- Cyphon image<link>
- Cyclops image<link>