Docker Image for HCL Digital Experience Version 9.5
Starting with HCL Digital Experience Version 9.5, we support deployments of HCL Digital Experience on Docker and provide a Docker image you can use along with the product.
Docker is a platform for developers and sysadmins to develop, deploy, and run applications with containers. The use of Linux containers to deploy applications is called Containerization is the use of Linux containers to deploy applications. While the use of containers to deploy applications are not new, containers are favored due to the ease of deploying applications like the latest version of HCL Digital Experience.
The HCL Portal container is launched by running a runtime instance of an image. An image is an executable package that includes everything needed to run the HCL Digital Experience Version 9.5 application, including the code, a runtime, libraries, environment variables, and configuration files. Because it runs a discrete process, it does not take any more memory other than the executable image with state or user process.
Getting started with Docker Image
- New and existing users need to use this Roadmap for Docker container deployment. Learn more here.
- New and existing users need to follow Supported migration paths to HCL Digital Experience Version 9.5. Learn more here.
- Download Docker.
- Migrate existing HCL Digital Experience environment to a container application environment. Learn more here.
- Pull the HCL Digital Experience Docker image using a command line or indirectly during the container deployment process.
- Deploy the HCL Digital Experience Docker image.