DC/OS is installed in your environment by using a dynamically generated configuration file. This file is generated by using specific parameters that are set during configuration. This installation file contains a Bash install script and a Docker container that is loaded with everything you need to deploy a customized DC/OS build. The Docker container contains all of the elements for DC/OS so it can be used for offline installation.
The DC/OS installation process requires a cluster of nodes to install DC/OS onto and a single node to run the DC/OS installation from. For fully functional clusters on any infrastructure including on-premise, public or private clouds, follow the On-Prem installation instructions. The On-Prem installation method was previously called Custom installation.
Access DC/OS Configuration File
For installing DC/OS Enterprise Edition contact your sales representative or firstname.lastname@example.org. You can access the DC/OS Enterprise configuration file from the support website using a login credential. Enterprise
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