Installing with Kubernetes#
The HCL™ Launch server can be installed in a cloud-based environment, as a containerized server cluster, managed by Kubernetes. HCL Launch works with Kubernetes to simplify application deployment and manage versions in the containers.
The core installation of HCL Launch includes a server, database, and agents. In a typical containerized topology, the HCL Launch server is installed as a single server in a container or can be scaled to a server cluster managed by Kubernetes. The database is installed in a container or an on-premises location. Agents can be installed on cloud environments, virtual machines (VMs), containers, or physical systems.
The server cluster is configured in Kubernetes® Service cloud-based environments.
- Installing the server in a Kubernetes cluster
You can install a containerized version of the HCL Launch server in a Kubernetes cluster. The HCL Launch server is installed using a Helm chart.
- Accessing the server in a Kubernetes cluster
This topic contains the instructions that are used to access and start the HCL Launch server in the Kubernetes cluster.
Parent topic: Installing HCL Launch