Distribution channels and general info
We distribute our container images via the following container registries:
Images are RedHat Certified and fully identical. The docreader image is based on the official ubi9-minimal image, maintained by RedHat. The image is configured to be run as an arbitrarily assigned UID (OpenShift-ready).
Supported tags and description
- nightly - nightly build for development purposes, it should never be used in production
- A.B.C.D-develop - release candidate build
- A.B.C.D - stable release build
For more information about versioning of Document Reader SDK, please click here.
To obtain the latest SDK / document database / service wrapper version, please pull the container image with the newest TAG version according to the above-mentioned description.
Install Docker Desktop by following the instructions based on your Windows edition:
Start the Docker Desktop application.
- Put your license to your Desktop directory.
Open the Command line and execute the following command:
docker run -d -p 8080:8080 -v C:\%HOMEPATH%\Desktop\regula.license:/app/extBin/unix_x64/regula.license regulaforensics/docreader:latest
To open the Command line, press the WIN button, type 'cmd', and press Enter.
To make sure that the service is up and running, enter the http://localhost:8080/ address in a web browser.
Docker Desktop doesn't support Windows Server version installation.
Linux and macOS
Install Docker Engine:
Put your license to your user's home (/home/username/) directory.
Open a terminal and execute:
docker run -p 8080:8080 -v ~/regula.license:/app/extBin/unix_x64/regula.license regulaforensics/docreader:latest
To make sure that the service is up and running, enter the
http://localhost:8080address in a web browser.
Get Repo Info
helm repo add regulaforensics https://regulaforensics.github.io/helm-charts helm repo update
See helm repo for command documentation.
- At least 2 GB of RAM available on your cluster per pod's worker
- Helm 3
- PV provisioner support in the underlying infrastructure (essential for storing logs)
Installing the Chart
To install the chart with the release name
helm install my-release regulaforensics/docreader
Install the Chart with Chip Verification enabled
helm install my-release regulaforensics/docreader --set chipVerification.enabled=true --set minio.enabled=true
Uninstalling the Chart
To uninstall/delete the my-release deployment:
helm delete my-release
The command removes all the Kubernetes components associated with the chart and deletes the release.
Helm Chart settings can be found at helm repo.
If you want to change multiple configurations, you can download the values.yaml file.