Documentation for Mesosphere DC/OS 1.10

Welcome to the documentation for DC/OS 1.10. For information about new and changed features, see the release notes.

Release Notes

Release notes for DC/OS 1.10.…Read More


The overview topics help you get started and learn the DC/OS fundamentals.…Read More


Installing the Enterprise and Open Source versions of DC/OS…Read More


The DC/OS web interface provides a rich graphical view of your DC/OS cluster. With the web interface you can view the current state of your entire cluster and DC/OS services. The web interface is installed as a part of your DC/OS installation.…Read More


The DC/OS command line interface (DC/OS CLI) is a utility to manage cluster nodes, install and manage packages, inspect the cluster state, and manage services and tasks.…Read More

Administering Clusters

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DC/OS provides a number of tools out-of-the-box, ranging from basic network connectivity between containers to more advanced features, such as load balancing and service discovery.…Read More


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DC/OS applications lose their state when they terminate and are relaunched. In some contexts, for instance, if your application uses MySQL, or if you are using a stateful service like Kafka or Cassandra, you’ll want your application to preserve its state.…Read More


The metrics component provides metrics from DC/OS cluster hosts, containers running on those hosts, and from applications running on DC/OS that send StatsD metrics to the Mesos Metrics Module. The metrics component is natively integrated with DC/OS and is available per-host from the /system/v1/metrics/v0 HTTP API endpoint.…Read More

Monitoring, Logging, and Debugging

Monitoring the health of all the pieces that make up DC/OS is vital to datacenter operators and for troubleshooting hard-to-diagnose bugs. You can monitor the health of your cluster components from the DC/OS UI component health page. The component health page displays information from the system health API, which monitors the core DC/OS components.…Read More

Deploying Jobs

You can create scheduled jobs in DC/OS without installing a separate service. Create and administer jobs in the DC/OS web interface, the DC/OS CLI, or via an API.…Read More

Deploying Services and Pods

DC/OS uses Marathon to manage processes and services. Marathon is the “init system” for DC/OS. Marathon starts and monitors your applications and services, automatically healing failures.…Read More


This is a small collection of introductory tutorials aimed at understanding the basics of operating DC/OS.…Read More

API Reference

The DC/OS API is a collection of routes backed by DC/OS components that are made available through an API gateway called Admin Router.…Read More

Developing DC/OS Services

DC/OS includes a service packaging specification and a repository that catalogs those packages. This section describes what is necessary to package and provide your own service on DC/OS.…Read More