Is there a way to use Accenture DevOps Platform(ADOP) in the local machine without using any server?

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I just want to know if there's any way to deploy ADOP on the local machine instead of a server. I was able to deploy it using aws.
Apr 5, 2018 in DevOps & Agile by Atul
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It is definitely possible to deploy ADOP on a local machine, but it is a tad bit harder than doing it on a server. Here's a quickstart guide you can use to get started. 

Do check the prerequisites before getting started. From ADOP documentation:

NB. the instructions will also work in anywhere supported by Docker Machine, just follow the relevant Docker Machine instructions for your target platform and then start at step 3 below and (you can set the VPC_ID to NA).

answered Apr 5, 2018 by DareDev
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Follow these steps:

  • Create a VPC using the VPC wizard in the AWS console by selecting the first option with 1 public subnet.
  • VPC with a Single Public Subnet” page give your VPC a meaningful name and specify the availability zone as ‘a’, e.g. select eu-west-1a from the pulldown.
  • Once the VPC is created note the VPC ID (e.g. vpc-1ed3sfgw)
  • Clone this repository adop-docker-compose and then in a terminal window ans run
  •            $ ./
  •            Usage: ./ -t aws
                             -m <MACHINE_NAME> 
                             -c <VPC_ID>
                             -r <REGION>(optional)
                             -z <VPC_AVAIL_ZONE>(optional)
                             -a <AWS_ACCESS_KEY>(optional)
                             -s <AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_EY>(optional)
                             -u <INITIAL_ADMIN_USER>
                             -p <INITIAL_ADMIN_PASSWORD>(optional) ...
  • You will need to supply the type of machine to create, a machine name, the target VPC, a username and password
  • you should get the following output  - SUCCESS, your new ADOP instance is ready!
  • Log in using the username and password you specified in the quickstart script.
  • Update the docker-machine security group in the AWS console
answered Jul 27, 2018 by Kalgi
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