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deployment docker docker compose local deployment

To run CluedIn on a local computer, you don’t need to set up a Kubernetes cluster.

We provide tooling to run CluedIn in Docker containers with the help of Docker Compose. Docker Compose is a tool for running multi-container applications.

To start learning CluedIn or develop CluedIn integrations, you need only a few things:

It doesn’t matter if you run it on Mac, Windows, or Linux. You can start a new instance from your terminal like this:

# Start a new PowerShell session

# Clone the repository
git clone

# Move to the checkout directory
cd Home

# Log in to DockerHub
docker login

# Check default ports are available
.\cluedin.ps1 check

# Start CluedIn (pull down the images for the latest version, setup the containers, start the containers)
.\cluedin.ps1 up

# Check if CluedIn is ready (i.e. before you create an organization)
.\cluedin.ps1 status
# keep running this command over and over until you see all green ticks
# note: you can also see the same information by refreshing in your browser
| CluedIn - Status Check |
Can Connect
  [1/1]  » Is Up :
  [1/6]  » Blob
  [2/6]  » Configuration
  [3/6]  » Data
  [4/6]  » Search
  [5/6]  » Graph
  [6/6]  » Metrics
  [1/6]  » Api
  [2/6]  » Authentication
  [3/6]  » Crawling
  [4/6]  » Scheduling
  [5/6]  » ServiceBus
  [6/6]  » System

# Create an organization
.\cluedin.ps1 createorg -name example -pass Example123!
# this will provide the login details you need e.g
# ...
# Email:
# Password: Example123!
# note: if you get the error "Create organization was not successful" and the status check is good then you will need to stop/start the solution
# .\cluedin.ps1 stop
# .\cluedin.ps1 start
# poll .\cluedin.ps1 status
# try createorg again

# Open the login page
.\cluedin.ps1 open -org example

# (optional) Create a new environment targeting the latest version
# if you don't create a new environment then default will be used instead and the env name can be omitted
# example commands if you are using a non-default environment
.\cluedin.ps1 env latest -Tag latest
# Check default ports are available
.\cluedin.ps1 check latest
# Start CluedIn
.\cluedin.ps1 up latest
# Create an organization
.\cluedin.ps1 createorg latest -name example -pass Example123!

# (optional) Create a new environment to track a particular release
.\cluedin.ps1 env 324 -Tag 3.2.4
# Check default ports are available
.\cluedin.ps1 check 324
# Start CluedIn
.\cluedin.ps1 up 324
# Create an organization
.\cluedin.ps1 createorg 324 -name example -pass Example123!

After running the above commands, you should be able to access the CluedIn UI at:

For up to the minute details, please check our the Home repository documentation.