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InterSystems Cloud Manager Guide
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Preface : 
 
Chapter 1: 
 
1.1 Benefits of ICM
1.2 The ICM Application Lifecycle
       1.2.1 Define Goals
       1.2.2 Provision
       1.2.3 Deploy
       1.2.4 Manage
Chapter 2: 
 
2.1 ICM Image
2.2 Provisioning Platforms
2.3 Deployment Platforms
2.4 Node Types and InterSystems IRIS Architecture
2.5 Field Values
2.6 Command Line
2.7 Configuration, State, and Log Files
2.8 Docker Repositories
Chapter 3: 
 
3.1 ICM Use Cases
3.2 Launch ICM
3.3 Obtain Security-Related Files
3.4 Define the Deployment
3.5 Provision the Infrastructure
3.6 Deploy and Manage Services
3.7 Unprovision the Infrastructure
Chapter 4: 
 
4.1 ICM Commands and Options
4.2 ICM Node Types
4.3 ICM Cluster Topology
4.4 InterSystems IRIS Licensing for ICM
4.5 ICM Security
       4.5.1 Compute Instance
       4.5.2 Docker
       4.5.3 Weave Net
       4.5.4 Rancher, Weave Scope
       4.5.5 InterSystems IRIS
4.6 Monitoring in ICM
       4.6.1 Rancher
       4.6.2 Weave Scope
4.7 ICM Troubleshooting
4.8 ICM Configuration Parameters
Appendix A: 
 
A.1 Container Basics
A.2 Installing Docker
A.3 Creating and Running InterSystems IRIS Docker Containers
A.4 Additional Docker/InterSystems IRIS Considerations
Appendix B: 
 
B.1 ICM Exit Status
B.2 ICM Logging
B.3 Remote Script Invocation
B.4 Using JSON Mode
       B.4.1 Normal Output
       B.4.2 Abnormal Output
Appendix C: 
 
C.1 Container Naming
C.2 Overriding Default Commands
C.3 Using Docker Options
       C.3.1 Restarting
       C.3.2 Privileges
       C.3.3 Environment Variables
       C.3.4 Mount Volumes
       C.3.5 Ports
Appendix D: 
 
D.1 Compute Node Requirements
       D.1.1 Operating System
       D.1.2 SSH
       D.1.3 Ports
       D.1.4 Storage Volumes
D.2 Definitions File
Appendix E: 
 
E.1 State Files
E.2 Maintaining Immutability
E.3 Persisting State Files