Alex has already shed some light on how we created the Icinga DB docker image and that it is actually available for testing. In addition, we now have docker images for Icinga 2 and Icinga Web 2. Since we are interested in feedback on all of them, I have created a docker-compose playground on which a complete Icinga stack is started.
Make sure Docker and docker-compose are installed, clone the repository and you are good to go. To start the Icinga stack, simply run
docker-compose -p icinga up.
Icinga Web is provided on port 8080 and you can access the Icinga 2 API on port 5665. The default user of Icinga Web is
icingaadmin with password
A detailed blog post on our Docker images follows. This is just a preview of where we are going and we look forward to your feedback.
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