Hey DevTest gang,
I have attached a sample set of deployment scripts for using Docker with DevTest 9.5.1
Most time, large corporations will want to create their own corporate image to apply customizations to a docker image (jars, other assets), so attached are some samples that I used for one of our customers...
inside the attached zip you will find 3 folders
In each of the folders, you will notice a build.sh and a run.sh. This is assuming you are using the bridge networking in your docker install.
Looking into the dradis-joe folder here is a bit of an explanation of the files...
This file will take the existing detest/dradis-base image that is created by the gradle install and call the new image dradis-joe:latest by processing the included Dockerfile file
This file describes how to build the new image that is being created by the build.sh file...
You will notice there is a lisa.properties and logging.properties file in the same folder as the docker file. You will also notice that the Dockerfile has this entry too
ADD devtestlic.xml /opt/devtest/devtestlic.xml
So if you needed to use your devtestlic.xml with your dockerized EDB, you would place the devtestlic.xml file here, and run the build.sh to generate your new image with your devtestlic.xml
This obviously runs the image that was created in the build.sh file
docker run -v /logs/EDB:/root/lisatmp_9.5.1 -d --name=dradis-joe --net="bridge" dradis-joe:latest
the -v is so I can mount the log volume in the docker container back to the host machine, for ease of seeing the log files without having to connect to the container.
A couple other useful docker commands..
If you are using bridge mode with your networking, if you want to find out which IP is assigned to which docker container, try out docker network inspect bridge
docker ps (shows the images that are running in dockers)
docker rm -v $(docker ps -a -q -f status=exited) - removes images in a status of exited
The final directory portal-joe has a couple run commands for starting the portal and the broker in a container.
Hope this helps you out with the "a-ha moment" if you have been struggling with dockers, and how you may be able to implement with DevTest.
Just a FYI, this is something that is community supported. If you need further help with rolling out Dockers in your environment, reach out for some community support, or local CA account rep who can put you in touch with our services group
Cheers, and have fun.
Thanks for sharing joewilliams!
Is the images still in docker hub, couldnt pull it from the repo.
These docker images were based on DevTest 9.5.1, which will be EOS in about 3 months.. You may want to create new ones based on latest DevTest release following instructions at DevTest Docker Containers.
I am researching how we can improve our CA Service Virtualization (DevTest's) Docker implementation and would love your feedback so that we can understand your needs. I started a discussion thread entitled Feedback on How to Improve SV's Docker Solution.
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