You are viewing the development documentation for the Apereo CAS server. The functionality presented here is not officially released yet. This is a work in progress and will be continually updated as development moves forward. You are most encouraged to test the changes presented.
Upon every release of the CAS software, docker images are tagged and pushed to the Apereo CAS repository on Docker Hub. Images can be pulled down via the following command:
1 docker pull apereo/cas:v[A.B.C]
[A.B.C] represents the image tag that is mapped to the CAS server version.
A dockerized CAS deployment is an existing CAS overlay project that is wrapped by Docker. The overlay project already includes an embedded container to handle the deployment of CAS. The overlay project also includes an embedded build tool so that builds and deployments of CAS would not require a separate step to download and configure choices.
The docker images that are hosted on Docker Hub are mostly meant to be used as quickstarts and demos. You may also be able to use them as base images to add your customizations into the image. The image is built out of an existing CAS WAR Overlay.
When you generate a CAS WAR Overlay project using the CAS Initializr.,
please refer to the instructions provided in the
file to review options for building CAS Docker images.
Kubernetes & Helm
To learn how to use a CAS Helm chart to deploy CAS on a Kubernetes cluster, please see this.