The easiest way to install Concord is through DC/OS. With the DC/OS
package manager you can install Concord with one command or a single click. To install
through the DC/OS CLI just issue the
package install command like so:
$ dcos package install concord
If your browsing through the DC/OS universe of supported packages you’ll be able to install Concord with a single click.
Once installed the Concord scheduler will be deployed through marathon. From there, we recommend
that users open up a new browser tab and navigate to the mesos-master homepage. By default
this URL should be your DC/OS url ending in
/mesos. You’ll need this page to track and
access logs of operators launched through Concord.
After a successful installation you may see a message telling you that the command
dcos concord has been installed and is ready for use. At the moment development on
integrating the concord CLI with DC/OS is still a work in progress so the command
dcos concord is not supported.
In the meantime, you can use the concord CLI for use with DC/OS in a dockerized
environment. To get started, ssh into a dcos node, then pull and run our docker image
rob@boss-laptop ~ $ dcos node ssh --master-proxy --leader core@ip-10-0-4-6 ~ $ sudo docker pull concord/getting_started core@ip-10-0-4-6 ~ $ sudo docker run -i -t concord/getting_started root@cd3c0e18a583:/# cd /getting-started/cpp && ./compile root@cd3c0e18a583:/getting-started/cpp# concord deploy word_counter.json ...
Once inside the dockerized environment, cd into the
/getting-started directory and then again
into the language of your choice. Once you’re ready, use the
deploy command as you normally would.
Sensible defaults have already been configured for many commands to work without much manual
For more information on how to use the Concord CLI click here.
If you have an existing Mesos cluster but do not have DC/OS installed, it is possible to launch Concord through Marathon. The Concord CLI supports a tool for creating a Marathon configuration file. For more information, check out the concord marathon command.