Requirements for the CLI
Now that you have created your free trial account, you are able to push your application to Platform.sh once you have installed the CLI.
Before you install it there are a few requirements that must be met first.
Git is the open source version control system used by Platform.sh. Any change you make to your Platform.sh project will need to be committed via Git. You can see all the Git commit messages of an environment in the
Environment Activity feed of the management console for each project you create.
Before getting started, make sure you have Git installed on your computer.
You will need Secure Shell (SSH) to securely connect to your Git repository and environments. SSH clients are readily available for every platform, and may already be installed on your computer.
Platform.sh supports both keypair-based and certificate-based authentication. Both are secure and protect your account from snooping when you log in. For now, you can use certificate-based authentication as that is easier. You will be prompted to login via your web browser the first time you run
platform ssh. If you wish to use keypair authentication, see the SSH page before continuing.