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Docker container for bud-tls

Docker container for Bud, a TLS terminator for superheroes.




  1. Install Docker.

  2. docker pull joeybaker/bud-tls


default usage

Create a folder that contains your bud config and all certs. This will live at /data in the container, so refer to the certs by this absolute path in your config.

Sample directory to mount as /data

ls ~/bud
  - key.pem
  - cert.pem

Sample bud.json.

  "workers": 1,
  "user": "bud", // specify the user and group.
  "group": "bud",
  "frontend": {
    "port": 443,
    "host": "",
    "cert": "/data/keys/cert.pem", // your keys are now relative to /data
    "key": "/data/keys/key.pem",
  "balance": "roundrobin",
  "backend": [{
    "port": 8000,
    "host": "backend_op", // you must set to this string to connect to the docker host
sudo docker run -d -v ~/bud:/data -p 443:443 --name bud joeybaker/bud-tls

forward a port for another docker container

In your bud.json

  "backend": [{
    "port": backend_port, // must be set to backend_port so the config script can dynamicall replace with the other container's port
    "host": "backend_ip", // must set to backend_ip so the config script can dynamically replace this with the other container's ip

Then, run the docker command with --link. <backendContainer> is the name of the container you want to expose. You must expose it as backend.

sudo docker run -d -v ~/bud:/data -p 443:443 --link <backendContainer>:backend --name bud joeybaker/bud-tls


sudo docker build -t joeybaker/bud-tls .

Pushes to master on this repo will update the official docker registry image.

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