Infrastructure Provider (InP) Register¶
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Note : The instructions assume that you have already installed Docker and Docker Compose.
Running it then should be as simple as:
Generate docker images¶
~# make image
Start container on local docker-engine¶
~#$ make run Port=<port>
Check instance of container docker¶
~# sudo docker ps
Visualize the logs¶
~# docker logs <container_id>
Once you've cloned the project to your host we can now start the InP register service.
Run the following commands from this directory
~# cd service ~# docker-compose up --build -d
The docker-compose command will create the images and then link them together based on the information inside the docker-compose.yml file. This will create ports, links between containers, and configure applications as requrired.
After the command completes we can now view the status of our stack
~# docker-compose ps
understanding tail the logs of the stack to watch what happens each time you access your web services.
~# docker-compose logs
Register Page for the new Infrastructure Provider
Visualize the state of InP resource available
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├── AUTHORS.md ├── CONTRIBUTING.md ├── docker-compose.yml ├── docs │ ├── InfraProviderRegister_implementation.md │ ├── InfraProviderRegister.md │ └── media ├── LICENSE.md ├── Makefile ├── metadata.json ├── README.md ├── service │ └── docker-compose.yml └── src ├── db ├── inp-front-end └── mqtt-broker