Run Camunda Platform using Docker
The Community Edition docker images can be found on GitHub and Docker Hub.
Start Camunda Platform using Docker
To start the Camunda Platform execute the following commands:
docker pull camunda/camunda-bpm-platform:latest docker run -d --name camunda -p 8080:8080 camunda/camunda-bpm-platform:latest
Please note that by default the Apache Tomcat distribution is used. For a guide on how to use one of the other distributions, see the tag schema.
Start Camunda Platform Run using Docker
To start Camunda Platform Run execute the following commands:
docker pull camunda/camunda-bpm-platform:run-latest docker run -d --name camunda -p 8080:8080 camunda/camunda-bpm-platform:run-latest
Please note that these docker images are offered only for Camunda Platform Enterprise Edition.
Check the Camunda enterprise homepage for more information or get your free trial version.
Since version 7.9 we offer to our customers a Docker image for the Enterprise edition of Camunda Platform.
These images are hosted on our dedicated Docker registry and are available to Enterprise customers only. You can browse the available images in our Docker registry after logging-in with your credentials.
Please note that these images are build using the same Dockerfile of the Community image, but including the Enterprise version of the platform. For this reason, the same documentation applies.
Make sure to log-in correctly before trying to pull the image:
$ docker login registry.camunda.cloud Username: my.username Password: Login Succeeded $ docker pull registry.camunda.cloud/cambpm-ee/camunda-bpm-platform-ee:7.14.0 7.14.0: Pulling from camunda-bpm-platform-ee ff3a5c916c92: Already exists 5de5f69f42d7: Already exists fa7536dd895a: Pull complete 46ce7a9973c1: Pull complete 6fa1782e4a59: Pull complete fbf8f17dff48: Pull complete Digest: sha256:47598932a4aff210ce91819d3b75adbfde675017b13ce9881c9d7dca682fba96 Status: Downloaded newer image for registry.camunda.cloud/cambpm-ee/camunda-bpm-platform-ee:7.14.0
If you want to build an enterprise image yourself, follow the steps described on GitHub.