Platform Quick Start

Deploy and execute long running data programs that, ​transform in real-time and transport data ​between multiple clouds and on-premise machines, just as simply as starting a program on a laptop, ​with no tedious configurations, VPNs or DevOps work.​

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Start the journey with Scramjet 🚀

There are only three simple steps!

  • Set up the environment.
  • Deploy one of the demo Transform Sequence programs.
  • Write your own Transform Sequence from templates.

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Step 1: Set up the environment

Dear user, in order to use our Beta Space, you need to have Linux based operating system installed eg. Ubuntu. You will also need Node.js together with its package manager npm. Please refer to installation helper for node and npm in case of any problems. We're working on guides for Mac and Windows.

Open the command prompt and follow the steps below to configure Scramjet Cloud Platform (SCP).

  1. Check if the SCP Command Line Interface (SCP CLI) is installed by typing si into the terminal. If not, install SCP CLI by the command.

    npm i -g @scramjet/cli && si --help
  2. Generate SCP CLI Token.

    Token will not be saved. After generation, please store it on your device.

    After token generation copy and paste the following CLI command for setting up config.

    si config set json '{"middlewareApiUrl": "", "env": "production", "token": "<GeneratedToken>"}'
  3. Check if your setup is working properly by listing your programs (Sequences).

    si seq list
  4. There should be sample program listed. Start it using the command:

    si seq start <sequence-id>
  5. After the program starts the Instance id will be returned.

    Show output data form the running program (instance).

    si inst output <instance-id>
  6. Open the new terminal and type the commend below and hit enter.

    si inst input <instance-id>

After the command execution, running Instance awaits for data to be passed as stdin. To do that please type into the command prompt, for example "John" and hit enter. In the terminal window where we read the Instance output the message: "Hello John" should appear.