Relayer User Interface Setup/Configuration
Relayer runs inside a Docker container on Linux or on a virtual machine if Windows is your preferred environment. Setting up the latest Relayer install is very easy and there are handy guides with cut/paste commands to help speed the process here. When setting up a Relayer, some initial considerations are where the cache will be located and how large to make it. You will also set up basic S3 access keys and endpoint certificates.
When up and running, you can enter the console to quickly create and access your first bucket and/or objects and then apply basic accessibility to them. Relayer is an extremely powerful tool for controlling your work in the cloud, but setting one up doesn’t have to be difficult and if you follow the instructions, you will be up and running in no time.