The docker-compose.yml file they use for this post uses the official Neo4j Enterprise docker image.
This may be a problem for you as Neo4j’s official docker images use the commercial license and requires you to accept a license agreement which includes the following statement:
Use of this Software without a proper commercial license with Neo4j Inc. or its affiliates is prohibited.
I simply forked the quick start GitHub repository and updated the docker-compose.yml file to use the free open source binaries that we compile from the official Neo4j GitHub repository for US government agencies.
Simply use this docker-compose.yml instead of the one referenced in the article and you are good to go!
Checkout the GraphAware blog for more great posts.
I would like to point out that my company iGov Inc, does not have any relationship with Neo4j Inc or GraphAware.
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Here is the link to the causal clustering docker post. https://graphaware.com/neo4j/2018/01/03/casual-cluster-quickstart.html