ISD v4.0.4

To experience ISD quickly, you can install it and deploy your applications. The instructions below are intended to get you started quickly and try out ISD functionality.

Note: The instructions below are not suitable for production or any other environment where security is a concern, for production-grade installation of ISD/Spinnaker please refer to ISD 4.0.4 GitOps Installation.

The page helps you to install ISD quickly with the following simple steps.


  • You should have access to a Kubernetes cluster with at least 2 nodes

  • Each node should have a minimum of 32 GB RAM and kubectl set-up.

  1. Execute the following commands (copy-paste in a terminal window):

    kubectl -n opsmx-isd apply -f

    Wait for 20-30 minutes, depending on your network speed. It is normal for some pods to go into an error/crash loop before stabilizing.

  2. Execute the following command to check the status of the pods:

    kubectl -n opsmx-isd get po
  3. Once all pod displays Running or Completed status, wait for a few minutes and then execute the following command: kubectl -n opsmx-isd port-forward svc/oes-ui 8080 ## Keep running, it shows messages such as "Forwarding from -> 8080"

    Wait for about 5 min. The halyard pod might restart during this period.

  4. Now, open your browser, navigate to http://localhost:8080, and login using the credentials listed below:

    • User Name: admin

    • Password: Execute the following command to retrieve the password

      kubectl -n opsmx-isd get secret isd-openldap -o jsonpath='{.data.LDAP_ADMIN_PASSWORD}'| base64 -d

      In case "base64 command not found": Please execute the below command.

      kubectl -n opsmx-isd get secret isd-openldap -o jsonpath='{.data.LDAP_ADMIN_PASSWORD}'

      After executing the above command, copy the output and decode it using any online decoding site such as

Login into ISD, go to Setup --> Integrations and click Sync CD Accounts to complete the post-installation setup.

After the successful login, users can create an Application, Pipeline, Integration, Policy, and Agents. To learn more about them, click on the links below.

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