To run this:
docker run -p 80:80 -it -h jockey.local cloudbees/joc-trial
Then ensure jockey.local resolves to your docker container IP (boot2docker ip will tell you that).
Once you have a licence setup - you can stop the container - use docker ps to look up its name (or use --name to give it a funny name) - and then docker start it in future as needed for demos (or start fresh each time). Mapping in other ports -p 8000 (HA proxy) and 8080, 9090 for direct JOC and Jenkins ports may also be fun to do.
Instructions for this are here: <a href="https://developer.cloudbees.com/bin/view/Jenkins+Enterprise/JOCDockerDemo"> here </a>
@jasonazze - the current username/password for the trial is: harpreet/harpreet
(this is likely to change, but at time of writing that is it).
We will let you know when it is ready to show off.
I just searched the registry for cloudbees. I wanted to do a JOC demo for the boss after seeing it at JUC Boston.
There is - but this is still a WIP - will keep you posted when finalised. How did you find this repo BTW?
Is there a default username and password on the JOC instance?