farmOS is a web-based application that can be installed and hosted on a web server, much like a website. This allows it to be accessed by multiple people simultaneously, from any device with a web browser and internet connection.
If you are familiar with hosting database-backed websites, you can install farmOS on your own web server.
farmOS is free software, which means you are free to download the code and host it yourself. You are also free to modify and extend it to fit your needs.
For more information, including server requirements, refer to Installing farmOS.
To understand how to update farmOS when a new version is released, refer to Updating farmOS.
If you are not comfortable hosting and maintaining your own server, subscription hosting allows you to get started with farmOS quickly and easily.
Farmier is a subscription hosting service that provides "farmOS as a service", including hosting, automatic updates, backups, SSL security, and other features. Farmier was started by the creator of farmOS, and subscriptions help to support the continued development of farmOS. For more information, visit https://farmier.com.