This lecture has been moved to Rapid.Space Learning Track
This lecture is a work in progress. You can see the status of each part using the following table.
Target audience: Rapid.Space Users
Why this is useful:
Presentation: SlapOS is the technology powering Rapid.Space. It is recommended to understand SlapOS to be able to take advantage of all of Rapid.Space functionnalities.
Goal of the lecture: explains the problems that SlapOS solves, how it solves them and why it was designed in this way.
Target audience: basic user, devops user, provider, operator, evangelist, executive.
Presentation: A SlapOS learning environment can be setup in for different ways to match the needs of different users.
Goal of the lecture: Have a functional setup for the next lectures
Presentation: This setup relies on Rapid.Space infrastructure.
This setup allows you to set up your developing environment on cloud and develop your own applications.
Target audience: Developer, Provider
Presentation: This setup allows to deploy an Autonomous SlapOS on a Linux Server / Computer without relying on existing infrastructure.
This setup allows you to set up proxy + Node combination on your local.
This setup allows you to set up Node only, and then use a token to attach your node to Rapid.Space Slap master.
This setup allows you to set up a complete system like Rapid.Space, including slap master and slap node.
Target audience: Operator
Depending on your machine type and using purpose, please pick up the corresponding tutorial to set up IPv6 access.
Target audience: Everyone
Target audience: advanced user who can programme and want to do devops with Rapid.Space
Why is this useful:
Target audience: maintainer of SlapOS master (no need to know how to program)