Docker

Docker is an open platform for developers and sysadmins to build, ship, and run distributed applications, whether on laptops, data center VMs, or the cloud.

Snapt provides an official docker image for you to quickly boot.

To begin with Snapt on Docker simply visit our Downloads Page or you can go directly to our repository at hub.docker.com (snaptadc/snapt:latest)

docker pull snaptadc/snapt:latest

Next, you have to launch the image in a container:

docker run -di -p 80-100:80-100 -p 8080:8080 snaptadc/snapt:latest

This will launch the container in detached mode (-d) which will allow the container to run in the background as well as interactive mode (-i).

(-p 80-100:80-100) is the range of ports to publish on the host machine and (-p 8080:8080) does the same for port 8080 which is the port you will need to access the web UI on.

The last bit (snaptadc/snapt:latest) is the name of the image you pulled from the repo in the previous step.

For more information on Docker, please refer to their documentation at https://docs.docker.com

If you have any issues or questions then please feel free to contact us at our Support Portal.

Updated on January 22, 2019


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