The instructions here are based on the instructions in the file ~/git/onap/policy/docker/README.md.
Step 1: Build the Policy API Docker image
cd ~/git/onap/policy/api/packages mvn clean install -P docker
Step 2: Build the Policy PAP Docker image
cd ~/git/onap/policy/pap/packages mvn clean install -P docker
Step 3: Build the Drools PDP docker image.
This image is a standalone vanilla Drools engine, which does not contain any pre-built drools rules or applications.
cd ~/git/onap/policy/drools-pdp/ mvn clean install -P docker
Step 4: Build the Drools Application Control Loop image.
This image has the drools use case application and the supporting software built together with the Drools PDP engine. It is recommended to use this image if you are first working with ONAP Policy and wish to test or learn how the use cases work.
cd ~/git/onap/policy/drools-applications mvn clean install -P docker
Step 5: Build the Apex PDP docker image:
cd ~/git/onap/policy/apex-pdp mvn clean install -P docker
Step 6: Build the XACML PDP docker image:
cd ~/git/onap/policy/xacml-pdp/packages mvn clean install -P docker
Step 7: Build the policy engine docker image (If working with the legacy Policy Architecture/API):
cd ~/git/onap/policy/engine/ mvn clean install -P docker
Step 8: Build the Policy SDC Distribution docker image:
cd ~/git/onap/policy/distribution/packages mvn clean install -P docker
In order to run the containers, you can use docker-compose. This uses the docker-compose.yml yaml file to bring up the ONAP Policy Framework. This file is located in the policy/docker repository.
Step 1: Set the environment variable MTU to be a suitable MTU size for the application.
Step 2: Determine if you want the legacy Policy Engine to have policies pre-loaded or not. By default, all the configuration and operational policies will be pre-loaded by the docker compose script. If you do not wish for that to happen, then export this variable:
This applies ONLY to the legacy Engine and not the Policy Lifecycle polices
Step 3: Run the system using docker-compose. Note that on some systems you may have to run the docker-compose command as root or using sudo. Note that this command takes a number of minutes to execute on a laptop or desktop computer.
docker-compose up -d
You now have a full standalone ONAP Policy framework up and running!