There are a few ways to get CoprHD: download an appliance, use Vagrant, or build from source. For beginning users and developers, we recommend you start with the OVF or vagrant setup.
The most recent release of CoprHD is 3.0.
This is the easiest and fastest way to get CoprHD up and running. This is currently only working on VMWare. VirtualBox compatible appliances are coming soon. Appliances are brand new - please report issues on the Google Group or Jira.
Christopher Banck ([GitHub user vchrisb](https://github.com/vchrisb)) created an easy-to-use Vagrant-based setup for CoprHD. Take a look below:
Intel engineer Curt Bruns added a ScaleIO configuration to the above. And if you want to get really fancy, he has another branch that includes DevStack.
Recommended for more experienced developers who don't want to use a vagrant based virtual machine or appliance. Right now it's only confirmed to work on OpenSuSE, although there are reports in the wild of running CoprHD on Ubuntu.
Recommended for experienced users who don't want to use a vagrant based virtual machine or appliance. This is only slightly less work than building from source, because you still have the same dependencies to install from the steps above. Right now we only know how to build RPMs for OpenSUSE 13.x. If you'd like to take a look at using it with other operating systems, we'd like to hear from you.