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
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.