Here’s a simple guide to quickly install Nuvla for evaluation purposes. So if you’re looking for quickly trying out Nuvla, you’re at the right place. However, if you’re looking for a robust production level installation, you probably want to look at the production deployment page.
The Nuvla services and their dependent services are all containerised and can be deployed easily into a Docker Swarm CaaS cluster. For this quick deployment, we will deploy all services together on a single node.
Quick Nuvla Deployment
The Nuvla services and their dependent services are all containerised and can be deployed easily into a Docker Swarm cluster.
This installation assumes that you will only use the
We recommend deploying Nuvla on a Docker Swarm cluster (CaaS).
If running Docker locally, you’ll need to initialise your deployment to run in swarm mode. Just run the command:
docker swarm init
docker stack commands below should then work.
Clone GitHub Repository
Clone the nuvla/deployment GitHub repository:
git clone https://github.com/nuvla/deployment
This repo contains all the the Docker compose files you need to setup Nuvla.
deployment repository contains a
demo folder that includes a compose file. This file contains all the instructions to start the different containers composing the Nuvla micro-service architecture. This compose file will use all latest released version of the Nuvla software.
cd deployment/demo docker stack deploy -c docker-compose.yml nuvla
This will create a set of Docker service, prefixed with the last argument provided above (in our example:
Now verify that all of the services start by listing them with Docker:
docker stack ls docker service ls
You should also verify that the API server has fully started by inspecting the logs:
docker service logs -f nuvla_api
After the configuration messages, the log should indicate that a server has been started on port 8200. Once this is the case, you can visit https://
<master-ip>/api/cloud-entry-point, which should return a directory of the available resources in JSON format.
Similarly, you can verify that the web browser interface is available by visiting https://
<master-ip>/. You should see the Nuvla UI with a login button in the upper-right corner.