Getting Started with Toucan Toco On-premises¶
Start in 5 Minutes¶
We strive to make our on-premises packages easy to run, and in this
section we show you how to get started in 5 minutes. Below is an example
docker-compose.yml file — downloadable
here — that starts all the stack:
version: '3' services: mongo: image: mongo:4.4.5 expose: - "27017" redis: image: redis:6.2.1-alpine expose: - "6379" backend: image: quay.io/toucantoco/backend:latest-monthly environment: TOUCAN_PUPPETEER_URL: http://screenshot:3000/ TOUCAN_DB_ENCRYPTION_SECRET: "ChangeItForProductionContext" depends_on: - mongo - redis - screenshot ports: - "5000:80" frontend: image: quay.io/toucantoco/frontend:latest-monthly environment: API_BASEROUTE: http://localhost:5000 ports: - "8000:80" screenshot: image: quay.io/toucantoco/screenshot:latest expose: - "3000"
docker-compose up in the same folder as this file and visit
http://localhost:8000/ to use Toucan Toco. The default username is
toucantoco, password is
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With this you are starting the following stack :
We are using default values as environment variables for most of the
parameters accepted by our backend and frontend containers. The only
specific variable is the
API_BASEROUTE passed to the frontend
container. This way when your browser downloads our frontend code it is
fed the URL of the backend as well.
Please note in this case the data will not be persisted. Don’t use it for production purposes!
Please read the rest of this documentation carefully. It is focused on helping you define and setup a proper production architecture.
This is our recommended target architecture with docker-compose :
We are agnostic about the container runtime and orchestration technology that our customers use. We will not be able to provide ready made manifests or other forms of configuration for your choice of orchestrator.