Installing the HCL Connections Component Pack 6.5 CR1 – Part 3: Uploading the images to a Docker registry  

By Martijn de Jong | 5/26/20 1:32 AM | Infrastructure - Connections | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

As a next step we’ll import the components of the Component pack into a Docker registry. If you have an existing registry in your company which you can use, you can skip right to the step where you upload the images in this repository. If you don’t, you’ll have the create the registry first.

Installing the HCL Connections Component Pack 6.5 CR1 – Part 2: Installing Kubernetes, Calico and Helm  

By Martijn de Jong | 5/19/20 2:34 AM | Infrastructure - Connections | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

In a series of articles I’m trying to fill the gaps in the HCL documentation regarding the Component Pack. In the first part I covered the installation and configuration of Docker. In this 2nd part I’ll cover the installation of Kubernetes together with Calico and Helm. After this the basic infrastructure is set up and the actual installation of the Component pack can begin. The installation I’m doing is a non-HA Kubernetes platform. One master and 2 worker nodes. If you need to setup a HA Kubernetes platform, you have to do a few extra steps, but using this manual and combining it with the HA documentation from HCL, you should be good.

Installing the HCL Connections Component Pack 6.5 CR1 – Part 1: Installing Docker   

By Martijn de Jong | 5/15/20 1:17 AM | Infrastructure - Connections | Added by Roberto Boccadoro

As I’m currently installing the HCL Connections 6.5 CR1 component pack at a customer I run into a lot of points where the HCL documentation is simply outdated or very confusing. In a series of articles I plan to write about the caveats in the documentation, to hopefully help you with your installation. In this first part I cover Docker.