Are you familiar with docker-compose in the Workload Automation (WA) deployment process?
It’s about time you started using it to deploy Workload Automation containers.
The 3 “S” joint venture of WA, along with Docker Compose, stand by the following slogans:
Let’s start the 3 “S” adventure!
You should find entries similar to the following in the IBM Entitled Registry:
If you are an HCL customer, log in to the HCL Entitled Registry and look for the most recent WA docker images:
docker login -u <your_username> -p <your_HCL_entitled_key> hclcr.io
You should find entries similar to the following in the HCL Entitled Registry:
3. Clone the Workload Automation public Docker Compose repository on your machine by running:
git clone https://github.com/WorkloadAutomation/ibm-workload-automation-docker-compose.git
git clone https://github.com/WorkloadAutomation/hcl-workload-automation-docker-compose.git
Otherwise, if you do not have Git installed on your machine, download the zipped file from the main page of the repository by clicking “Code” and select “Download zip file”.
4. Customize the WA container installation parameters as required by modifying them in your local docker-compose.yml file.
5. Accept the license in wa.env and, additionally, for HCL customers only, set the Flexera License ID.
6. To start the WA containers, from the directory where the docker-compose.yml file has been cloned, run the following command:
docker-compose up –d
And that’s it! Now go have a coffee while the WA containers get up and running, and by the time you’re done, they’ll be ready to use …………
If you’re curious, then try it out and become a 3 “S” joint venture sponsor user!
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