Installing – In containers
A new deployment model that consists of a repository (loaded with all out-of-the-box adapters and modules, referred to as content) and a Configuration Distribution Peer (CDP) is now available in Docker images. You install other components such as the Development Studio and the Lightweight Activity Peer on separate hardware (physical servers or virtual machines) as you would in a classic deployment scenario.
Installation process – At a glance
In a test environment, you can install all TrueSight Orchestration component images (repository, CDP, and content only) on a single host. You still install LAP and Development Studio on hosts outside the containers. For instructions, see Installing on a single node.
For the production environment, follow the sequence in this topic.
When you install TrueSight Orchestration in containers, the repository image contains embedded Remedy SSO. If you want to use an existing instance of external Remedy SSO, you can reconfigure the components after the product installation is complete. If you choose to use a new instance of external Remedy SSO, install it before installing other components.
- BMC releases periodic product updates through feature packs and fix packs. Check the
section for the latest product updates and apply the ones relevant to your environment.
- After you complete installing TrueSight Orchestration in containers, you can extend the product capabilities by it with other products.