Run ArangoDB with Docker
ArangoDB is available as a multi-architecture Docker image.
You can run container images on Linux, as well as on macOS and Windows with Docker Desktop, for instance.
linux/amd64image variant, the processor(s) must support the x86-64 instruction set, as well as the SSE 4.2 and AVX instruction set extensions (Intel Sandy Bridge or better, AMD Bulldozer or better, etc.).
linux/arm64/v8image variant, the processor(s) must be 64-bit ARM chips (AArch64). The minimum requirement is ARMv8 with Neon (SIMD extension). A system with Little Endian byte order is required.
In order to install the stand-alone version, use:
docker run -p 8529:8529 -e ARANGO_ROOT_PASSWORD=openSesame arangodb/arangodb:3.11.3
See the documentation on Docker Hub about running ArangoDB in containers and how to persist your data under Docker.
More info on how to run ArangoDB on Docker in the official docker repository.
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