There are two essential pieces of PROCEED components, the management system and the distributed process engine. The approriate release builds for your platform can be downloaded from the engine installation page and the management system installation page
This part of the quick start focuses on running the engine and the management system on your platform.
npm startfrom your terminal/console.
The last step will start the distributed engine, its associated components and start listening for HTTP requests in ports 3000, 3050 and 8080. Therefore, make sure the listed ports are not allocated to other processes in your system. Press
Ctrl+C depending on your platform to exit the process.
snap install --dangerous management-system_0.1.0_amd64.snap
With the engine running in the background, this step will add the engine instance as a machine to the management system. In the management system, click on the “Machines” item in the left menu.
The managament system is able to find running engines and add them automatically under Machines. If the engine is working properly, a green symbol will appear next to the machine IP-adress.
If your machines are not added automatically, you can also add them manually by following the instructions: Click on the “Add” button on the top-right, which will present a popup.
Enter a Hostname or an IP Address for the machine (at least one is required, the other one will appear automatically once the machine gets available), for e.g.
192.168.10.22 or a Hostname like
my-mbp.local and click add to add it. Optionally, you can also add a custom Name of your machine. Once added, the management system will automatically look for the engine in the given location and display a green symbol next to it as soon as the connection is established.
Repeat the previous step to add as many machines as required. Proceed to the next page for creation of a process. The below image illustrates what your screen might look like on adding multiple machines. (Tip: to run simulate multiple machines, use VirtualMachines in a private network and run a PROCEED engine in each of them.)