Deploying HCL Workload Automation with Docker compose

The deployment of HCL Workload Automation is easier and faster with Docker containers.

Following you can find more details about the HCL Workload Automation deployment with containers:

Docker containers

Docker is a state-of-the-art technology which creates, deploys, and runs applications by using containers. Packages are provided containing an application with all of the components it requires, such as libraries, specific configurations, and other dependencies, and deploy it in no time on any other Linux or Windows workstation, regardless of any different settings between the source and the target workstation.

Docker adoption ensures standardization of your workload scheduling environment and provides an easy method to replicate environments quickly in development, build, test, and production environments, speeding up the time it takes to get from build to production significantly. Install your environment using Docker to improve scalability, portability, and efficiency.

With just a few, simple commands you can install one or more of the out-of-the-box packages provided. The provided packages are as follows:
  • HCL Workload Automation Server
  • HCL Workload Automation Console
  • HCL Workload Automation Agent
Requires Docker to be installed on the local workstation.

For further details about the deployment with containers see Deploying containers with Docker.