This documentation site is about the unstable (upcoming) Comentario version.
How to self-host Comentario
This page explains how you can self-host Comentario.
You can install Comentario locally or deploy it somewhere on the Internet.
Depending on your needs, Comentario can be installed and run in a number of ways:
- From a binary package: locally. This will require manual HTTPS (SSL) configuration.
- Into a Kubernetes cluster: using its Helm chart. This is the most straightforward way to deploy Comentario if you have Kubernetes.
- Using a Docker image. This might prove a bit more involved, especially when in comes to HTTPS (SSL) configuration.
- By building from source code: the most hardcore way.
If you’re upgrading from a previous Comentario version, or upgrading from Commento, we’ve covered that, too — make sure to check the Migration section.
Please read this first: this page explains what you’ll need to self-host a Comentario instance.
This page explains how you can install Comentario locally using a binary package.
You can easily deploy Comentario into a Kubernetes cluster using a Helm chart.
Comentario automated build pipeline creates and uploads Docker images to GitLab Container Registry.
This page explains how you can build Comentario frontend (UI) and backend (server) from its source code.