Finally, one command to run iris in docker:

docker run --rm --name iris-sql -d --publish 9091:1972 --publish 9092:52773 intersystemsdc/iris-community -a "iris session iris -U%SYS '##class(Security.Users).UnExpireUserPasswords(\"*\")'"

And another command to open sql terminal:

irissqlcli iris://_SYSTEM:SYS@localhost:9091/USER

Thanks to @Robert Cemper  and @Dmitry Maslennikov 


You can use InterSystems Package Manager(IPM) to list all the members of production and distribute it to another machine (e.g. your client) via the IPM registry, or using zpmhub.

E.g. you can install several EnsDemo productions as one package:

USER>zpm "install irishealth-ensdemo"

Or recently I published an example of a very simple CSV data transformation production that you can install as one line:

USER>zpm "install esh-i14y-csv"

And here is how all the modules of production depicted in a module.xml.