ACS Lab Environment - End User

ACS Lab Environment - End User

Alfresco University provides a number of Docker Compose based training environments which can be used to develop skills and knowledge in conjunction with training courses based on Alfresco Content Services.

About this course

Overview

Alfresco University provides a number of Docker Compose based training environments which can be used to develop skills and knowledge in conjunction with training courses based on Alfresco Content Services.

These environments can be launched on a student's own laptop or infrastructure and can be used for as long as required.

What Will I Learn?

The learning objectives that are covered by this course are:

  • Launching the Lab Environment on Windows
  • Launching the Lab Environment on MacOS
  • Validating the Lab Environment
  • Accessing the Lab Environment
  • Troubleshooting the Lab Environment

Target Audience

This Alfresco Content Services environment is suitable for use by the following roles:

  • End User

Time Required: ~30 minutes

Applicable Product Versions: 6.0 - 6.1

Difficulty: Foundation

Prerequisite Knowledge

Familiarity with Docker and Docker Compose is required to the use the Alfresco Content Services environments.

Further information can also be found at Docker Training

Prerequisite Resources

The following components are required to launch the Alfresco Content Services End User environment:

Either:

  • Docker Community Edition (macOS and Windows 10) with 10GB of RAM allocated
  • Docker Toolbox (Windows 7 and 8) with 10GB of RAM allocated

A valid Alfresco Content Services license is also required; this can be downloaded from the Alfresco Support Portal as part of your Alfresco Content Services subscription.

Quay.io credentials from Alfresco Support to deploy Alfresco Content Services Enterprise.

Further information is available through the links below.

Curriculum

  • Introduction
  • Objectives
  • Prerequisites
  • Lab Environment
  • Download Lab Environment
  • Launching the Environment - Windows
  • Launching the Environment - MacOS
  • Environment Details
  • Troubleshooting
  • Cleardown Lab Environment
  • Conclusion
  • Review
  • References
  • Next Steps
  • Course Survey

About this course

Overview

Alfresco University provides a number of Docker Compose based training environments which can be used to develop skills and knowledge in conjunction with training courses based on Alfresco Content Services.

These environments can be launched on a student's own laptop or infrastructure and can be used for as long as required.

What Will I Learn?

The learning objectives that are covered by this course are:

  • Launching the Lab Environment on Windows
  • Launching the Lab Environment on MacOS
  • Validating the Lab Environment
  • Accessing the Lab Environment
  • Troubleshooting the Lab Environment

Target Audience

This Alfresco Content Services environment is suitable for use by the following roles:

  • End User

Time Required: ~30 minutes

Applicable Product Versions: 6.0 - 6.1

Difficulty: Foundation

Prerequisite Knowledge

Familiarity with Docker and Docker Compose is required to the use the Alfresco Content Services environments.

Further information can also be found at Docker Training

Prerequisite Resources

The following components are required to launch the Alfresco Content Services End User environment:

Either:

  • Docker Community Edition (macOS and Windows 10) with 10GB of RAM allocated
  • Docker Toolbox (Windows 7 and 8) with 10GB of RAM allocated

A valid Alfresco Content Services license is also required; this can be downloaded from the Alfresco Support Portal as part of your Alfresco Content Services subscription.

Quay.io credentials from Alfresco Support to deploy Alfresco Content Services Enterprise.

Further information is available through the links below.

Curriculum

  • Introduction
  • Objectives
  • Prerequisites
  • Lab Environment
  • Download Lab Environment
  • Launching the Environment - Windows
  • Launching the Environment - MacOS
  • Environment Details
  • Troubleshooting
  • Cleardown Lab Environment
  • Conclusion
  • Review
  • References
  • Next Steps
  • Course Survey