To run the presented infrastructure with full functionality you need to have the following programs installed:
pip allows you to get required Python dependencies installed and/or updated with the
pip install -Ur requirements.txt one-liner.
If you are lazy and just want to get things going, you can simply copy and paste the following commands to a ubuntu or debian Linux system. If you’d like to know more about, what the things do, better keep reading.
Creat a new directory and change into it. Just copy the following commands and paste them into the terminal:
sudo apt-get update && \ apt-get -y install docker.io && \ curl -L https://github.com/docker/compose/releases/download/1.4.2/docker-compose-`uname -s`-`uname -m` > /usr/local/bin/docker-compose && \ chmod +x /usr/local/bin/docker-compose && \ apt-get -y install python-pip && \ git clone https://github.com/Dockerizing/dockerizing-bootstrap && \ cd dockerizing-bootstrap && \ sudo pip install -Ur requirements.txt
Docker supports an installation on many systems. Exemplarily you can find the installation instructions for Debian Jessie 8.0 (64-bit) on this point. If you use another system, please see the Docker documentation.
The docker.io package can be found in the jessie-backports repository. Make sure you enabled this Repository. To enable jessie-backports please see the Debian Backports Instructions.
Open a terminal and execute the following commands (you don’t need to copy the commends following the
$ sudo apt-get update # Updates the package list $ sudo apt-get install docker.io # Install Docker $ sudo docker run --rm hello-world # Verify docker works using a 'hello-world' Docker image and running it
To install Docker Compose, an installation of Docker (see the point above) is required. Make sure that your
/usr/local/bin directory is writable.
Get Docker Compose according to the instructions at: https://github.com/docker/compose/releases and verify the Compose installation
$ docker-compose --version
Install the latest Python package
$ apt-get install python
The Python package repository pip is already included by default in the following Python versions:
On other Versions you have to install pip through the following terminal commands:
$ sudo python get-pip.py
You can also use the OS Package Manager (for example on Debian) to install pip
$ sudo apt-get install python-pip # for python 2 $ sudo apt-get install python3-pip # for python 3
Now you should go to the first page again and try out our example.