Cloudify Community

The Cloudify free community version contains a fully functional Cloudify engine that supports most of the Manager’s capabilities. This makes it ideal for trying out Cloudify without a premium license. You can read more about the differences between Cloudify versions here).

The community version is available as an RPM, OpenStack Image, or Docker container. This page describes the steps necessary to deploy the Cloudify Trial Manager as a Docker container.

You will need a host with Docker installed to run the Cloudify community container image.

Step 1: Install the Cloudify Manager as a Docker Container

Deploying the community version of the Cloudify Manager is simple. Using a container provides an easy way to get started with Cloudify.

To deploy the container image, simply launch a terminal and create the container:

docker run --name cfy_manager_local -p 8080:80 cloudifyplatform/community-cloudify-manager-aio:latest

This will publish the web interface on port 8080. Verify that the Cloudify Manager is running by navigating to http://localhost:8080. The Cloudify login page should be displayed. The default username and password are both admin.

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Step 2: Fill in Contact Details

Once you log into the Community, you’ll be asked to fill in your contact details. You need to fill in the form to access the Cloudify Manager. It’s required only once on the first log in.

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Step 3: Install your First Deployment on Your New Cloudify Manager

Check out your new Cloudify Manager by installing the Local Hello-World Example Deployment.

This example demonstrates how you can use Cloudify to easily install a local HTTP server with a hello-world page on it.

Step 4: (Optional) - Setup your Command Line Interface (CLI)

Cloudify offers multiple user interfaces. All orchestration actions can be performed from the Management Console UI you logged into in Step 2, however, in many cases, a CLI access from your Mac, Windows, or Linux station is easier.

Follow these instructions to deploy your CLI.


Congratulations! Your Cloudify Manager is Ready.

Now that you have access to a Cloudify Manager environment, we recommend performing some additional activities to become comfortable with Cloudify. The ideas below are just suggestions to get you started on your journey!