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Overview of Komiser Documentation

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This section is a high-level overview of how the Komiser Documentation is structured. It will help you use the documentation more effectively by guiding you on where to look for specific information.

The Komiser Documentation covers everything you need to know about Komiser. It made up of five main sections which are:

Introduction

In the introduction section you will find the three pages below. Since Komiser is an open-source project, we are fully aware that any OSS project is only as valuable as the community that surrounds it, that's why we want to make it as easy as possible for everyone to participate, you should be able to learn how to do that in the Community section. Head over to the Installation page to get the download the Komiser CLI for your OS and archetecture. The What is Komiser? page summarizes the goals and features of the Komiser project.

Cloud Providers

Komiser supports multiple cloud providers and form of deployment. Follow the links below to get the installation steps for the each cloud provider:

Contributing

Komiser is written in Golang and is Elv2 licensed - contributions are always welcome whether that means providing feedback, be it through GitHub, through the #feedback channel on our Discord server or testing existing and new features. All of the relevant information below:

Guides

We cant to be able to give Komiser users the tips and guidance neccessary to be able to get the most value from the tool as quickly as possible. That's why we will be continously adding and updating informative guides and series in which try to relay valuable and actionable advice. Currently we have two series:

FAQs

Find all the answers to all the Komiser related questions you might have. Feel free to reach out via the #feedback channel on Discord to request the inclusion of additional questions.