Installation involves configuring your infrastructure and installing DC/OS bits on top. Some install methods will configure your infrastructure for you, which results in limited functionality or control. Use the advanced install for production clusters.
Try DC/OS by installing a dcos-vagrant cluster on your local machine. Room for workloads is limited by CPU and memory. (limited functionality)Local installation
Deploy DC/OS using public cloud templates, for fast demos and POCs. Install DC/OS with a few clicks or commands. (limited functionality)Documentation
If you already have DC/OS installed on your cluster and aren't sure what to do next, try walking through the 101 tutorial, which is designed to give you hands-on experience with the essential pieces of DC/OS right away. Follow the simple recipes, or read and try the "deep dives" to learn how DC/OS works behind the scenes.
DC/OS automates the steps to install and maintain a highly available Kubernetes cluster, and allows you to run it alongside other workloads. Once you have a DC/OS cluster up and running, try spinning up a Kubernetes cluster.
Read the documentation's overview of DC/OS for a conceptual description of DC/OS's inner workings.Read the docs
Get help via mailing list, Slack, or Stack Overflow by joining the DC/OS community.Join the community
Tutorials are hands-on walkthroughs of DC/OS with explanations.Try a tutorial