Installing Docker Enterprise Edition (EE)


This document describes the general process of installing Docker Enterprise Edition (EE) and Replicated onto a RedHat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) server.

Step 1: Install Docker Enterprise Edition onto RHEL

Docker EE is now Mirantis MCR. For more information on licensing and pricing, please visit Follow the Installing Docker EE document and ensure you have a running Docker EE service before continuing to the next section.

Step 2: Configure DeviceMapper + direct-lvm

RedHat recommends a non-default storage driver for production environments. Follow the Configure direct-lvm mode for production documentation to place your Docker engine into DeviceMapper direct-lvm mode.

Step 3: Install Replicated on RHEL

Once you have your RHEL server running Docker EE you will want to install Replicated using the no-docker flag.

For example, installing Replicated into a Docker EE/RHEL using the easy install method you will run the following command:

curl -sSL | sudo bash -s no-docker