Deploy on Azure (Container Instance)

Deploying on Azure is simple:
  1. Create a container instance, from the Azure Portal: https://portal.azure.com/#home
    1. Create a Resource – Containers – Create a Container Instance: https://portal.azure.com/#blade/HubsExtension/BrowseResourceBlade/resourceType/Microsoft.ContainerInstance%2FcontainerGroups
    2. Basics – using the “entitystream/custodian:latest” docker image
    3. Container Requirements – key stuff is:
      1. Container Type: Linux
      2. Ports: 80 only need to be opened
  2. Click OK and Azure will create you a container instance within a few minutes
  3. Navigate to http://«ipaddress» using chrome
  4. Activate the server on the browser
Starting the Custodian Console interface – navigate to the following link on the install machine – http://ipaddress:80

You will be required on first use to register your installation using your google or linked in account – if you do not complete this process within one hour of the server starting then the server will shutdown and you will need to start it (ESSServer) again to be able to complete the registration.

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