Install Remediate from a custom container registry
You can also use a custom Docker registry to install Puppet Remediate.
Prior to installing Remediate using a custom Docker registry, check that you have carried out the following prerequisite tasks:
- Make sure you meet the system requirements for installing and running Remediate, and that you have received your license.
- Ensure that Docker and Docker Compose are installed on the nodes where you want to install the Remediate images. If you are installing Docker Compose on Windows, ensure that you create a new Windows environment variable called COMPOSE_CONVERT_WINDOWS_PATHS and set it to 1. This enables path conversion from Windows-style to Unix-style in volume definitions.
- Ensure that your license is added to the nodes where you want to install the Remediate images.
- If you use a custom Docker
registry to store the Remediate
Docker images, you must set the
REGISTRY environment variable to point to the URL of your
custom docker registry,
In this example, Remediate contacts
my-custom-docker-registry.local.netto download the docker images it needs.
On the node where you want to install Remediate,
initialize a swarm by running the following command:
docker swarm init
Download the Remediate
file to the same directory as your license.
Note: If you want to manually validate the signature, see Verify Docker Compose file for online installs for more information.
Run the following command (replacing your-license.json
with your own license):
docker-compose run remediate start --license-file your-license.json
The container images are pulled from the custom registry location specified by your REGISTRY environment variable.
To check that all the images have downloaded and
that the containers have started running, run the following command:
To access Remediate on a local workstation,
the URL is
https://localhost:8443, or port
8443on the host where you installed Remediate.Note: When you first open the site, a warning message is displayed that indicates the site certificate is untrusted. This is because Remediate uses a self-signed certificate and is expected behavior. Accept the certificate to continue.
- Read and accept the software license agreement.
Sign in to Remediate.
For default usernames and passwords, see Managing user access.