Cloud CMS is available as a set of Docker images so that you can run it on your own. This includes running it on-premise within your own data center as well as running it on Amazon AWS, Rackspace, IBM Bluemix or a variety of other Docker Container hosting platforms.
Cloud CMS distributes its Docker images via Docker Hub. These are private images that are not generally available. Rather, Cloud CMS subscribers are granted permission to pull down the images once they've signed up for a Cloud CMS Docker subscription.
In addition, Cloud CMS subscribers receive a license key and a sample deployment configuration using Docker Compose and Docker Swarm. These configurations run straight away and are a good starting point. Docker users will be able to then extend or develop their own deployment scripts to orchestrate the Cloud CMS images into a high availability configuration, according to their specific needs.