Automatic agent upgrade is a policy-based node management feature that allows an org admin to create node management policies that deploy upgrade jobs to nodes and manages them autonomously. This allows the administrator to ensure that all the nodes in the system are using the intended versions.
Use these instructions to start the agent in a container and have more control over the details than that allowed by the
This section contains the Horizon JSON APIs for the Horizon system running an Agreement Bot.
This section contains the Horizon REST APIs for the Horizon agent running on an edge node.
There are built-in property names that can be used in the policies.
A deployment policy is just one aspect of the deployment capability, and is described here in detail.
When defining services in the Horizon Exchange, the deployment field defines how the service will be deployed.
Open Horizon manages the lifecycle, connectivity, and other features of services it launches on a device. This section is intended for developers creating Horizon service container workload definitions.
Model objects in Open Horizon are the metadata representation of application metadata objects.
The policy based deployment support in Open Horizon enables containerized workloads (services) to be deployed to edge nodes that are running the Horizon agent and which are registered to an Open Horizon Management Hub.
Properties and constraints are the foundation of the policy expressions used to direct Open Horizon’s workload deployment engine.
Open Horizon deploys services to edge nodes, where those services are comprised of at least one container image and a configuration that conditions how the service executes.