This document explains how to deploy DivvyCloud quickly and simply for evaluation purposes using Docker Compose. If you install DivvyCloud locally, it should take less than 15 minutes to get up and running.
To simplify installation you can run this script which will install docker & docker-compose if they are not installed, pull down the DivvyCloud docker image and run our standard compose file.
curl -s https://s3.amazonaws.com/get.divvycloud.com/testdrive/testdrive.sh | sudo bash # To see the containers, use ``docker ps``
If you would like to install Docker community edition and docker-compose on your own, follow the instructions below. Otherwise, continue with Logging into DivvyCloud.
Next, add the following docker-compose.yml file to your present working directory:
curl -sO https://s3.amazonaws.com/get.divvycloud.com/compose/prod.env curl -s https://s3.amazonaws.com/get.divvycloud.com/compose/docker-compose.db-local.yml -o docker-compose.yml
Now you are ready to start DivvyCloud. To run in the foreground and see logging information in your terminal, use:
or to run in the background, use:
docker-compose up -d
After DivvyCloud has completed its launch, you can connect via browser using https.
Note: DivvyCloud test drives use a self-signed certificate, accept the warning/dialog to connect.
The first page you see is an administrator account creation page. On the page, you enter your name and email address and create a userid and password. Your userid can be any alphanumeric. Your must be at least 12 characters in length.
Next, you login with the administrator account credentials you just created.
When your evaluation is over (and we hope you enjoyed it) and you’re ready to stop, use:
docker-compose down # Exit with ``Ctrl-C`` if running in foreground
You can have DivvyCloud start on instance boot using
crontab, but instead of using a time interval, use
@reboot. In order to do so, switch to the user who will start docker-compose, enter the command
crontab -e to open the crontab editor and add the following line:
@reboot /<path-to>/docker-compose -f /<path-to>/divvycloud/docker-compose.yml up -d
If you are not installing DivvyCloud locally, please see our Server and Network Recommendations .
If you wish to use a proxy server for your Test Drive, you will need to add your proxy information to the following:
- System’s environment variables before your installation
- DivvyCloud environment variables after your installation
Updated 2 months ago