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Installing Brocade Workflow Composer

StackStorm is an event-driven DevOps automation platform with all the essential features suitable for small businesses and teams. It’s free and open source under the Apache 2.0 license.

Brocade Workflow Composer (BWC) is the commercial version of the StackStorm automation platform. BWC adds priority support, advanced features such as fine-tuned access control, LDAP, and Workflow Designer. To learn more about Brocade Workflow Composer, get an evaluation license, or request a quote, visit brocade.com/bwc.

To install Brocade Workflow Composer for a quick evaluation, run the commands below on a clean 64-bit Linux box, replacing ${BWC_LICENSE_KEY} with the key you received when registering for evaluation or purchasing BWC.

curl -sSL -O https://brocade.com/bwc/install/install.sh && chmod +x install.sh
./install.sh --user=st2admin --password='Ch@ngeMe' --license=${BWC_LICENSE_KEY}

Warning

If you are planning on installing the DC Fabric Automation Suite with this system, please only install BWC version 2.2 or 2.3. There is a known issue with DC Fabric Automation Suite and BWC v2.4.

To install version 2.3.2, run these installation commands:

curl -sSL -O https://brocade.com/bwc/install/install.sh && chmod +x install.sh
./install.sh --user=st2admin --password='Ch@ngeMe' --license=${BWC_LICENSE_KEY} --version=2.3.2

To understand the details of the installation procedure, or to install Brocade Workflow Composer manually, follow the installation guide for your Linux version: Ubuntu Trusty / Xenial, RHEL 7 / CentOS 7, or RHEL 6 / CentOS 6. It will walk you through installing and configuring components per single box reference deployment. The last step of the instructions is “Upgrade to Brocade Workflow Composer”.

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