Supported Environments and Software
This article summarizes the environments and software that Apcera supports out-of-the-box.
This list may not be exhaustive and is subject to change without notice.
- Public Cloud
- Private Cloud
- Operating Systems for Instances
- Docker Containers
- Service Providers
- Identity Providers
- Environment Variables
- Terraform Support
You can deploy Apcera on the following public cloud infrastructures:
- Amazon Web Services (AWS)
- Google Compute Engine (GCE)
- Microsoft Azure
- OpenStack (hosted)
You can deploy Apcera on the following private cloud infrastructures:
- OpenStack Liberty (Icehouse and Juno are no longer supported, but there are no known incompatibilities using these versions with the Apcera Platform)
- VMware vSphere 5.5 and 6
Apcera provides the following stagers for deploying apps and images:
- Ruby and Ruby on Rails
- Static website
Operating Systems for Instances
Apcera supports the following Linux distributions for container instance OS:
- Ubuntu version 14.04
- CentOS (using Docker)
- Other (using Docker)
Apcera supports the following types of Docker images:
- Docker images hosted at the Docker Hub public repository.
- Docker images hosted at private repositories that implement the Docker Hub API.
- Docker images hosted at Quay.io.
- Docker images hosted at Amazon EC2 Container Registry.
- Docker images hosted on a JFrog Artifactory registry.
You can create custom service gateways to support other service providers.
Apcera supports the following third-party identity providers and versions for cluster user identity and access managment:
- Active Directory authentication (2002 and later) using the LDAP ID provider (release 2.4.0 and later)
- Google Device authentication
- Keycloak 2.2.1 authentication
- LDAP version 3 authentication
Support for Crowd and Kerberos were deprecated in release 2.4 and removed in release 2.6.
Refer to the environment variables section of the documentation.
Refer to the README file in the Apcera Platform bundle for your selected infrastructure provider.