PART ONE: PREPARE YOUR ENVIRONMENT

Get a cloud account, log in with your IdCS credentials, go to the Compute (new OCI) dashboard and create a local user:

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Create a Policy:

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Add the following policy statements it they don’t exist:

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Create a Compartment:

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Create a Virtual Cloud Network (VCN) and 3 subnets on it in case you don’t have one already:

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PART TWO: CREATE THE K8S CLUSTER

Go to Containers menu, click Create Cluster Button:

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Introduce the proper information and Click Create:

 

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Add compute resources to the cluster (Pools):

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Obtain information for managing the K8s cluster from command line (kubectl):

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Start k8s dashboard:

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PART THREE: DEPLOY HYPERLEDGER COMPOSER

Open dashboard in browser:

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Locate the kubeconfig file and Sing In:

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In the dashboard click Create button in the upper right corner:

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Locate the Hyperledger container in docker hub:

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Provide the appropiate info in the dialog:

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Wait for the service to be created and ready:

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Click on the public url and test it!:

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That’s it!

Enjoy 😉

 

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