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This repository holds the node-spearhead CLI tool to work with the Spearhead Cloud. It is a fork of node-triton.

Installation and configuration

Get a Spearhead Cloud account

Create an account on the Spearhead Cloud and upload your SSH key. You can create an account here.


The list of available Spearhead Cloud data-centers is available here.


Install node.js, then:

npm install -g spearhead

Verify that it is installed and on your PATH: $ spearhead --version Spearhead CLI 6.1.4

Now you ca use spearhead to interact with our Public Cloud. More details about installation and configuration are available here.


MPL 2.0