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BVD install with Docker

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I would like to install BVD 10.63 (single server, no NFS cluster, ha, etc). From the installation instructions, I am completely overwhelmed.

My questions:

  • Is there a step-by-step guide to do this? Like the OMi install guide (html generated just for my use case)? I just have the pdf install guide and this has so much cross references ....
  • What is the concept of this docker installation? Do I need to install the basic Docker Suite and in addition have a docker account? Isn't BVD integrated in the 2017 suite?. I am not sure if we have internet connection at the customer site.. 
  • What is the minimum requirement for this? Reason is that I want to install this at a customer environment (we are partner). The installation should be a small/single server with minium requirements. What size of Linux do I need (CPU/Diskspace).
  • I assume one linux machine is sufficient is it?

 

 

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Hello,

in the meantime I found the answers to my questions:

  • There is no html generated html file. There is ony the pdf or the only html file from micro focus
  • BVD brings its own docker/kubernetes but there is still a need to download docker containers from docker hub.  We still have some customers which do not have internet access (therefore the bits can be downloaded from another host)
  • One linux machine is sufficient for installation of BVD (at least for PoC/Demo use cases)

Kind regards,
Harald Pfänder

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Hello @Harald

BVD and Dockers is supported by https://www.docker.com/hpe site, please contact them for more details about this third party application.

About the BVD User guide please check the following links:

                https://softwaresupport.softwaregrp.com/group/softwaresupport/search-result/-/facetsearch/document/KM02987800

                https://softwaresupport.softwaregrp.com/group/softwaresupport/search-result/-/facetsearch/document/KM02987804

On the BVD guides you can find the minimum BVD requirements.

Regards,

Daniela Gómez Alvarado
Customer Support Engineer

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Hello Harald!

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Regards, Silvia

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Hello,

in the meantime I found the answers to my questions:

  • There is no html generated html file. There is ony the pdf or the only html file from micro focus
  • BVD brings its own docker/kubernetes but there is still a need to download docker containers from docker hub.  We still have some customers which do not have internet access (therefore the bits can be downloaded from another host)
  • One linux machine is sufficient for installation of BVD (at least for PoC/Demo use cases)

Kind regards,
Harald Pfänder

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Dear Daniela,

 

Is there any  document where i can found the step by step to install a BVD in docker 

We have 1 master and 3 worker and NFS. and also have the internet connection in master.

Is there any specfic documents to refer BVD with docker only.

 

Thanks

Nithyaraj.E 

Thanks& Regards
E.Nithyaraj.
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