- Configuration Management
Obtain Software & Licenses
Transfer Software & Licenses
Prepare File System
Install Apache Tomcat
Install Alfresco Process Services
Starting & Stopping the Service
Validate Alfresco Process Services
Process Services: Deploying with the Distribution Zip
This course will cover deploying Alfresco Process Services (APS) using the zip distribution provided by Alfresco.
This course will cover deploying Alfresco Process Services (APS) using the zip distribution provided by Alfresco. The deployment will be based upon a Docker Compose CentOS environment.
What Will I Learn?
The learning objectives that are covered by this course are:
- Preparing for an Alfresco Process Services deployment
- Deploying a single node Alfresco Process Services environment
- Validating the environment
This course is targeted at the following roles:
Time Required: ~60 minutes
Applicability: This course was written using Alfresco Process Services 1.9 and was last modified on August 6, 2020.
This course presumes that the student is competent with the following tools, technologies and concepts:
- Linux Shell Commands
This course also presumes the student has taken the following Alfresco University course and has a working Docker installation.
The following APS Lab Environment will be required to complete this course:
A valid Alfresco Process Services license is also required; this can be downloaded from the Alfresco Support Portal as part of your Alfresco Process Services subscription.
Finally, the following software will need to be downloaded during the course:
- Apache Tomcat
- Alfresco Process Services
- Alfresco Process Services Administrator
- PostgreSQL JDBC Driver
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