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Tutorials

Enterprise DC/OS Updated: November 7, 2016

This is a collection of tutorials about using DC/OS. Learn how to run services and operate services in production.

Building an IoT Pipeline

In this tutorial you install and deploy a containerized Ruby on Rails app named Tweeter. Tweeter is an app similar to Twitter that you can use to post 140-character messages to the...

Deploying Marathon Apps with Jenkins

About Deploying Applications on Marathon This tutorial shows how to deploy applications on Marathon using Jenkins for DC/OS. We’ll walk you through creating a new Jenkins job...

Deploying a Docker-based Service to Marathon

In this tutorial, a custom Docker app is created and added to Marathon. Prerequisites Docker installed on your workstation Docker Hub account DC/OS installed DC/OS CLI installed Cr...

Deploying Public Services

DC/OS agent nodes can be designated as public or private during installation. Public agent nodes provide public access to your DC/OS applications. By default apps are launched on p...

Labeling Tasks and Jobs

This tutorial illustrates how labels can be defined using the DC/OS web interface and the Marathon HTTP API, and how information pertaining to applications and jobs that are runnin...

Listing Tasks

The DC/OS CLI allows you to easily view completed tasks. Completed Tasks In this example, all completed HDFS tasks are shown: $ dcos task --completed hdfs NAME USER STATE ID hdfs r...

Listing Nodes

You can view of all of the nodes that are used across your cluster by using the CLI or UI. From the CLI, enter this command to print a high-level list of nodes: $ dcos node The out...

Updating a User-Created Service inline

The DC/OS CLI Marathon sub-command allows you to easily view and update the configuration of existing services that you have created. Note: The process for updating packages from t...