MacStadium Docs Overview

Welcome to MacStadium's docs!

Here, you will find comprehensive guides, quick starts and reference materials for your MacStadium environment, networking, virtualization and more.

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If you are just getting started with MacStadium, this is the place for you. Here, you will find general information about the company and our services. To learn more about MacStadium, visit

| Mac Private Clouds FAQs | Mac mini FAQs | Ticketing and Support FAQs | Pricing FAQs | Accounts & Billing FAQs | Colocation FAQs |

Quick Starts

Looking to get up and running ASAP? Check out the following Quick Starts.

| CI Build Node with VMware | Preparing the VM Template | VMware APIs & SDKs | Mac mini |

Mac Private Clouds

While you can do anything you like with your Mac Private Cloud, we find that the dominant use case is macOS and iOS CI. As such, we have put together a wealth of resources to help you do just that.

| Getting Started | Mac Host Types + Performance | Virtualization Types | Cloud Automation | Optimizing Build Speed & Efficiency | Mixed + Non-Mac Workflows | Networking | Scaling Resources |

Single mac mini

A top choice for those who want to explore the possibilities of a remote macOS environment immediately, and for those who simply don't require the bandwidth of a full-blown Mac Cloud.

| Use Cases | Getting Started | Install Xcode + Homebrew | Install Apache, MySQL and PHP | Storage | Networking | Reboot Your Mac |


The "nuts and bolts" related to team and environment management.

| Adding Team Members to Account | Security | Billing + Legal | Support |

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Updated 5 months ago

MacStadium Docs Overview

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