You can run Service Virtualization's components with the following Docker images:
|Linux||Service Virtualization Server for Linux||Linux Docker image - SV Server|
|Service Virtualization Management for Linux||Linux Docker image - Service Virtualization Management|
|Service Virtualization Lab Server for Linux||Linux Docker image - SV Lab Server|
|Windows||Service Virtualization Server for Windows||Windows Docker image - SV Server and SVM|
|Service Virtualization Management for Windows|
These images are published and updated in repositories on Docker Hub.
The Linux images are signed using Docker Content Trust. If you want to validate an image signature you need to explicitly enable it either by using the DOCKER_CONTENT_TRUST=1 environment variable or with the --disable-content-trust=false flag for Docker CLI."
For details on how to configure Docker Compose to start all SV containers and their dependencies, see Docker Compose.
Note: Docker image installations support concurrent licenses only. For details on concurrent licenses and AutoPass License Server installation, see Concurrent licensing.