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Install Identity Service into Kubernetes Cluster

The Identity Service can be deployed into a new or existing Kubernetes cluster.

Prerequisites

  • A Kubernetes cluster
  • Helm configured in the cluster

Installation steps

  1. Create a new namespace or use an existing empty namespace to avoid any conflicts:

     export DESIREDNAMESPACE=new-namespace
     kubectl create namespace $DESIREDNAMESPACE             
    
  2. Add the Alfresco Kubernetes chart repository and the Keycloak repository to Helm:

     helm repo add alfresco-stable https://kubernetes-charts.alfresco.com/stable
     helm repo add codecentric https://codecentric.github.io/helm-charts
    
  3. Deploy the Helm chart with a command similar to the following:

    The Identity Service is deployed as part of the Alfresco infrastructure chart. Normally the infrastructure chart will be deployed as part of another product chart, such as Alfresco Content Services or Alfresco Process Services.

    As an example, the following command references the infrastructure chart on its own to deploy the Identity Service and the ngnix-ingress.

     helm install alfresco-stable/alfresco-infrastructure \
         --set alfresco-infrastructure.activemq.enabled=false \
         --set alfresco-infrastructure.nginx-ingress.enabled=true \
         --set alfresco-infrastructure.alfresco-identity-service.enabled=true \
         --namespace $DESIREDNAMESPACE
    
  4. (Optional) To set the redirectUri property during deployment add the following line to the deployment command setting the {DNSNAME}:

     --set alfresco-identity-service.realm.alfresco.client.redirectUris="{$DNSNAME}" \
    

    Note: To include multiple redirectUri use comma separated values without any whitespace between the DNS names.

  5. (Optional) To set the webOrigins property during deployment add the following line to the deployment command setting the {DNSNAME}:

     --set alfresco-identity-service.realm.alfresco.client.webOrigins="{$DNSNAME1,$DNSNAME2,$DNSNAME3}" \
    
  6. (Optional) To set the number of replicas during deployment add the following line to the deployment command using the required number of replicas:

     --set alfresco-identity-service.keycloak.keycloak.replicas=3
    
  7. Navigate to http://localhost:8080/auth once all pods have started.

  8. Enter a username and password to create an administrator user for the master realm.

The administrator console for the Alfresco realm can be accessed at http://localhost:8080/auth/admin/alfresco/console/. The administrator user for this realm has the following credentials:

Property Value
Administrator username admin
Administrator password admin
Administrator email address admin@app.activiti.com
Alfresco client redirect URIs http://localhost*

Important: Reset the administrator password for the Alfresco realm when first signing into its administrator console.

The Identity Service can be configured further.

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