Radiant Logic provides preconfigured images of RadiantOne in Docker containers. Once deployed, the product is entirely operable. The containers are preconfigured to interoperate with other containers in the stack.
Docker Compose is a tool for defining and running multi-container Docker applications. With Compose, you use a YAML file to configure your application’s services. Then, with a single command, you create and start all the services from your configuration.
Compose works in all environments: production, staging, development, testing, as well as CI workflows. Samples can be found in Radiant Logic's Git Hub Site.
These samples provide a starting point for how to integrate different services using a Compose file and to manage their deployment with Docker Compose.
The following samples are intended for use in local development environments such as project setups, tinkering with software stacks, etc. These samples are not supported for production environments.
These instructions guide you through the bootstrap phase of creating and deploying samples of containerized RadiantOne deployments with Docker Compose.
- Install Docker and Docker Compose.
- Download samples from the Radiant Logic Git Hub.
Running a sample
The root directory of each sample contains the
docker-compose.yaml which describes the configuration of service components. All samples can be run in a local environment by going into the root directory of each one and executing:
docker-compose up -d
Check the README.md of each sample to get more details on the structure and what is the expected output.
To stop and remove all containers of the sample application run: