N|Solid is a fully-compatible enhanced Node.js platform built for mission-critical applications.
N|Solid enables organizations to build, manage, secure, and analyze Node.js applications.
Fully-compatible runtime installs in place of open source Node.js without any changes to application code
Get unparalleled visibility into Node.js application performance and system health with dozens of Node.js-specific metrics
Security vulnerability scanning and alerts happen in real time, not at build time, to help you keep your production apps secure
N|Solid Docker Images
These Images bring the N|Solid Platform into Docker. Developed for the Enterprise use-case, these images are designed to be deployed and scaled independently. For a full walkthrough of how to use these images, refer to the documentation
Tags and Corresponding Versions
To fully enjoy the N|Solid experience, we recommend using all of the available images:
For convenience, we provide the following docker-compose file as an example to get started:
version: "2" services: storage: image: nodesource/nsolid-storage:boron-latest container_name: nsolid.storage ports: - 4000:4000 - 9001:9001 - 9002:9002 - 9003:9003 environment: - NODE_DEBUG=nsolid console: image: nodesource/nsolid-console:boron-latest container_name: nsolid.console environment: - NODE_DEBUG=nsolid - NSOLID_CONSOLE_STORAGE_URL=https://storage:4000 links: - storage ports: - 6753:6753 # app: # image: nodesource/nsolid:boron-latest # environment: # - NODE_DEBUG=nsolid # - NSOLID_APPNAME=in_docker # - NSOLID_COMMAND=storage:9001 # - NSOLID_DATA=storage:9002 # - NSOLID_BULK=storage:9003
To use this, first copy and paste it into a file name
docker-compose -f nsolid.yml up. You now have the N|Solid console running on localhost:6753!
Note: By default, these images have the environment variable