About This Document
This document describes the use of InterSystems Cloud Manager (ICM) to deploy InterSystems IRIS® data platform configurations in public and private clouds and on preexisting physical and virtual clusters.
This book contains the following chapters:
Provides an overview of ICM’s purpose, design, uses, and benefits.
Describes the elements involved in using ICM, including Docker images and repositories, platforms, and configuration files.
Provides detailed step-by-step procedures for using ICM to provision infrastructure and deploy services.
Provides reference information for ICM including commands, options and configuration parameters; node types and topology; licensing and security; multizone, multiregion, and private network deployment; third-party deployment; and troubleshooting.
This book also contains the following appendixes:
Explains how to use ICM to deploy noncontainerized services on provisioned infrastructure.
Describes ICM’s distributed management mode, which lets you manage the infrastructure and services in a single deployment from multiple ICM containers.
Explains how to use scripts to provision infrastructure and deploy services with ICM.
Provides instructions for using ICM to deploy services in custom and third-party containers.
Provides instructions for using ICM to deploy services on preexisting physical or virtual infrastructure.