The installation roadmap is a description of the high-level steps for installing UrbanCodeā„¢ Velocity.

UrbanCode Velocity is provided in two editions. The Standard Edition (SE) and the free-to-use for 60 days trial version. At the end of the trial, you must obtain a license. Bother editions are full-featured.

Both editions consist of services and other tools that are stored in Docker containers. You can install the containers in one of the container orchestrators Docker Compose or Kubernetes, or any environment that supports the container orchestrators, including bare-metal servers and cloud-based platforms, such as the environments listed here:

Both editions require an access key. You apply the free access key during installation. When you license the SE version, in addition to your access key, you receive a permanent license key.

If you are evaluating UrbanCode Velocity and are unsure about which versions to install, many users find the Docker Compose installation process to be easiest because it is the most automated.

In outline, the installation process consists of the following general steps:

  1. Review the system requirements

    The ID that you use to install the product must be able to make changes to the host environment. The tools required by all installation scenarios include the following items:

    • Docker installed on the host system.

      Note: If you use Docker for Windows, make sure Docker is using Linux-type containers. UrbanCode Velocity does not support Windows-type containers.

    • Internet connection. During installation, files and container images are retrieved from remote locations. If you are unable to access the internet during installation, you can download the files beforehand and perform an offline installation. UrbanCode Velocity supports the following browsers: Chrome, Firefox, and Edge.

      Note: The installation files used for offline installation are not the same as those used for internet-connected installation. Ensure that you download the right file for you installation environment.

    • UrbanCodeā„¢ Deploy Version 6.2.3 and later. Although not strictly required, many UrbanCode Velocity features assume integration with UrbanCode Deploy. It doesn't matter which product you install first.

      If you are using an UrbanCode Deploy version prior to V6.2.5, you must install the patch located at the following website: Select from the index the appropriate version that is installed on your computer.

      UrbanCode Velocity can connect to an UrbanCode Deploy server on the same network. If you install UrbanCode Velocity with Kubernetes, the Kubernetes cluster must be on the same network as the UrbanCode Deploy server.

  2. Install UrbanCode Velocity for your target environment:

    Installing UrbanCode Velocity with Docker Compose.

    Installing on Kubernetes.

    Installing as an OpenShift application

  3. Integrate with external tools

    After the installation is complete, you can access the configuration pages to integrate with UrbanCode Deploy and other external tools, such as Jenkins. Only sample report data is available until the integration process is complete.

  4. Authenticate users

    After the installation is complete, you can authenticate users. Authenticating users to access reports is not required. However; until users are authenticated, only the administrator user has access to reports and product features.

  5. Installing UrbanCode Velocity with Docker Compose
    Install UrbanCode Velocity into the Docker Compose container orchestrator.

  6. Installing on Kubernetes
    You can install UrbanCode Velocity onto a Kubernetes cluster.
  7. Installing as an OpenShift application

  8. Installing on ICP
    Install UrbanCode Velocity into a Kubernetes cluster on ICP.

  9. Uninstalling the server
    You can uninstall UrbanCode Velocity by stopping the server and removing the product containers.

Parent topic: Installing and upgrading