Make sure to allocate enough hardware resources for Docker engine. Tested & confirmed config: 2 CPUs, 8GB RAM, 2GB Swap area.
You can easily download and run all these images and their dependencies with our quick start guide.
DataHub Docker Images:
If you want to test ingesting some data once DataHub is up, see Ingestion for more details.
We use GitHub Actions to build and continuously deploy our images. There should be no need to do this manually; a successful release on Github will automatically publish the images.
This is not our recommended development flow and most developers should be following the Using Docker Images During Development guide.
To build the full images (that we are going to publish), you need to run the following:
This is because we're relying on builtkit for multistage builds. It does not hurt also set
To serve the legacy Ember UI, follow the instructions below.
Before continuing: If you've already run a deploy script, don't forget to clear containers using
docker container prune
quickstart-ember.sh script to launch all containers in DataHub, including a frontend server that serves the Ember UI
Run the following command to launch only the Ember server and its required dependencies
Once complete, navigate to
localhost:9001 in your browser to see the legacy Ember app.
If you'd like to serve the React and Ember UIs side-by-side, you can deploy the
datahub-frontend-ember service manually.
To deploy all DataHub containers, run the quickstart script:
Next, deploy the container that serves the Ember UI:
First, start the React frontend server & its required dependencies:
Then, start the Ember frontend server & its required dependencies:
localhost:9002/ to view the React app &
localhost:9001/ to view the legacy Ember app.