📄️ Getting user certificate
In order to secure your Staex network you have to obtain user certificate that will be used to sign nodes' keys.
📄️ Generating node certificate
In order to run each Staex network node you have to generate each node's private key and node certificate.
📄️ Quick start MCC
This tutorial will guide you through installing Staex (MCC only) in your network.
📄️ Quick start StaexD
This tutorial will guide you through installing Staex (both StaexD and MCC) in your network.
📄️ Run Hello world service
Now that we have finished with setting up Staex on the system
📄️ Run Python HTTP server and cURL client
Create a file called python-server.yaml with the following contents.
📄️ Run PostgreSQL server and client
Create a file called postgres-init.yaml with the following contents.
📄️ StaexMCC: add and retrieve key-value pairs
Firstly, start two StaexMCC nodes.
📄️ StaexMCC: Two-node network
In this guide we will start two StaexMCC nodes that connect to each other on your local machine.
📄️ StaexD telemetry
At the moment StaexD supports three types of telemetry data: