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Docker Image for IBM Cloud private-ce (Community Edition) AMD64 installer
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IBM Spectrum Conductor for Containers is now IBM Cloud private!

All applicable references to IBM Spectrum Conductor for Containers will be replaced with IBM Cloud private as soon as possible.

What is IBM Cloud private?

IBM Cloud private is an application platform for developing and managing on-premises, containerized applications. It is an integrated environment for managing containers that includes the container orchestrator Kubernetes, a private image repository, a management console, and monitoring frameworks.

IBM Cloud private-ce (Community Edition) delivers a customer-managed container solution for enterprises. IBM also offers managed container services in the cloud. For more information about IBM-managed container offerings, see IBM Containers website.

For additional information about IBM Cloud private-ce, see the IBM Cloud private community page.

Try Our 2.1 Beta!

IBM is developing the next major release of IBM Cloud private. The first of several 2.1 beta packages is now available. Follow the installation procedure to give it a try!

For more information about the content of the beta release, check out the announcement blog.

The team wants you to use IBM Cloud private to help transform your business and relies on your feedback to make the product better able to meet your needs. Keep providing comments and questions by using these community support channels.

Community support

Supported tags

  • latest
  • 2.1.0-beta-1
  • 1.2.0

The supported tags stand for <IBM Cloud private-ce version>. The latest tag installs Version 1.2.0.

The current version 1.2.0 package contains all the updates delivered as a minor 1.2.1 refresh on August 30th, 2017. For more details on this refresh, see What's new in version 1.2.1.

System requirements

For detailed system requirements for IBM Cloud private 2.1.0-beta, see System requirements in the IBM Knowledge Center.

Installation procedure

For information about installing an IBM Cloud private 2.1.0-beta cluster, see Installing IBM Cloud private-ce in the IBM Knowledge Center.

License

The Programs listed below are licensed under the following License Information terms and conditions in addition to the Program license terms previously agreed to by Client and IBM. If Client does not have previously agreed to license terms in effect for the Program, the International License Agreement for Early Release of Programs (Z125-5544-05) applies.

Program Name (Program Number):
IBM Cloud private-ce 2.1 (Early Release)

The following standard terms apply to Licensee's use of the Program.

Test Period

The test period begins on the date that Licensee agrees to the terms of this Agreement and ends on 2017-10-31.

Separately Licensed Code

The provisions of this paragraph do not apply to the extent they are held to be invalid or unenforceable under the law that governs this license. Each of the components listed below is considered "Separately Licensed Code". IBM Separately Licensed Code is licensed to Licensee under the terms of the applicable third party license agreement(s) set forth in the NON_IBM_LICENSE file(s) that accompanies the Program. Notwithstanding any of the terms in the Agreement, or any other agreement Licensee may have with IBM, the terms of such third party license agreement(s) governs Licensee's use of all Separately Licensed Code unless otherwise noted below.

Future Program updates or fixes may contain additional Separately Licensed Code. Such additional Separately Licensed Code and related licenses are listed in another NON_IBM_LICENSE file that accompanies the Program update or fix. Licensee acknowledges that Licensee has read and agrees to the license agreements contained in the NON_IBM_LICENSE file(s). If Licensee does not agree to the terms of these third party license agreements, Licensee may not use the Separately Licensed Code.

For Programs acquired under the International Program License Agreement ("IPLA") or International Program License Agreement for Non Warranted Program ("ILAN") and Licensee is the original licensee of the Program, if Licensee does not agree with the third party license agreements, Licensee may return the Program in accordance with the terms of, and within the specified time frames stated in, the "Money-back Guarantee" section of the IPLA or ILAN IBM Agreement.

Note: Notwithstanding any of the terms in the third party license agreement, the Agreement, or any other agreement Licensee may have with IBM:

(a) IBM provides this Separately Licensed Code to Licensee WITHOUT WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND;

(b) IBM DISCLAIMS ANY AND ALL EXPRESS AND IMPLIED WARRANTIES AND CONDITIONS INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE WARRANTY OF TITLE, NON-INFRINGEMENT OR INTERFERENCE AND THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES AND CONDITIONS OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, WITH RESPECT TO THE SEPARATELY LICENSED CODE;

(c) IBM is not liable to Licensee, and will not defend, indemnify, or hold Licensee harmless for any claims arising from or related to the Separately Licensed Code; and

(d) IBM is not liable for any direct, indirect, incidental, special, exemplary, punitive or consequential damages including, but not limited to, lost data, lost savings, and lost profits, with respect to the Separately Licensed Code.

Notwithstanding these exclusions, in Germany and Austria, IBM's warranty and liability for the Separately Licensed Code is governed only by the respective terms applicable for Germany and Austria in IBM license agreements.

Note: IBM may provide limited support for some Separately Licensed Code. If such support is available, the details and any additional terms related to such support will be set forth in the License Information document.

Click here for a component listing of Separately Licensed Code, and for other license-related documents

For any license-related inquiries, contact the development team at cfchelp@ca.ibm.com.

More Information

For more information, see the IBM Cloud private community.

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Comments (1)
patrocinio
4 months ago

I had to install python
apt install python
and docker-py
apt install python-pip
pip install docker-py