In this video, we will cover a few more topics about using Ignition in a containerized environment. We will launch an Ignition 8.1.5 container, finish the installation and open the Ignition gateway, and modify the container's `ignition.conf` file.
Here is the command to pull the `latest` version of Ignition's Docker image and start a container with that image:
docker run -d -p 9088:8088 --name ignition-test inductiveautomation/ignition -n docker-test -a localhost -h 9088 -s 9043
Here is IA's Docker docs: https://hub.docker.com/r/inductiveautomation/ignition
Here is a Docker resource for the `exec` command: https://docs.docker.com/engine/reference/commandline/exec/
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Tags: Ignition Inductive Automation Perspective Docker containers 8.1.5