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Running EPM Automate in a Docker container

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Exploring the feasibility of running EPM Automate in a Docker container.


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Today we run EPM Autoamte on a VM in Azure. The VM is actually used for DRM and we want to move EPM Automate onto it's own compute resource for various reasons. Instead of spinning up another VM I was interested in installing EPM Automate in a Docker container and then using Kubernetes to spin up the instance as needed and shut down when finished. Starting the container would be part of the job automation and multiple jobs could start up multiple containers as needed. I am interested if anyone has tried this successfully and if it would be supported

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