Deploy the DevOps Portal manually

Deploy the DevOps Portal manuallyΒΆ

The DevOps Portal collects a comprehensive set of data about the cloud, offers visualization dashboards, and enables the operator to interact with a variety of tools.


The DevOps Portal has been deprecated in the Q4`18 MCP release tagged with the 2019.2.0 Build ID.

This section instructs you on how to manually deploy the DevOps Portal with the Operations Support System (OSS) services available. Eventually, you will be able to access the DevOps Portal at the VIP address of the deployment on port 8800 with the following services installed:

  • Push Notification service
  • Runbook Automation service
  • Security Audit service
  • Cleanup service
  • PostgreSQL database management system
  • Elasticsearch back end
  • Gerrit and Jenkins as part of the CI/CD deployment, will be available from the DevOps Portal web UI
  • OpenLDAP and aptly as part of the CI/CD deployment


Before you can deploy the DevOps Portal, you must complete the steps described in Deploy CI/CD.

MCP enables you to configure the OSS services metadata in a Reclass model using Cookiecutter. Therefore, if you are performing the initial deployment of your MCP environment, you should have already configured your deployment model with the OSS parameters during the create-deployment-model-ui stage considering the dependencies described in MCP Reference Architecture: Dependencies between services. If so, skip the procedure described in Configure services in the Reclass model and proceed to Deploy OSS services manually.