This guide will show you how to quickly install and run Temporal using
In your terminal,
cd into the directory where you want to install and run Temporal.
Run this command to download the Temporal docker-compose file:
Once complete you should see the
docker-compose.yml file in your working directory.
You can install a specific version of Temporal by changing the release version in the URL:
Run the following command to start the Temporal server:
You will see output that looks similar to:
The Temporal Server is now running!
You can view the Temporal web interface at localhost:8088.
If you wish to deploy Temporal to a Kubernetes cluster, follow the helm-charts guide.
You can now run Workflows via Temporal.