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Dockerize your S3Proxy Instance - Make it Run Anywhere!

S3Proxy allows applications using the S3 API to access other storage backends, e.g., local file system, Google Cloud Storage, Microsoft Azure, OpenStack Swift. Users can use this solution to test, deploy, and run S3Proxy instance in a docker container.

Container Environment:

  • Apache Maven 3.3.9
  • Maven home: /usr/share/maven
  • Java version: 1.8.0_66-internal, vendor: Oracle Corporation
  • Java home: /usr/lib/jvm/java-8-openjdk-amd64/jre
  • Default locale: en, platform encoding: UTF-8
  • jetty-9.2.z-SNAPSHOT

Prerequisites

  • Setup docker
  • Understand fundamentals of S3Proxy: configuration and setup - S3Proxy

Getting Started

  • Update s3proxy.conf with your own storage provider backend. I have provided an example of s3proxy.conf for Azure storage. For more options against other storage providers, checkout S3Proxy's wiki
  • If you have a need for s3proxy.virtual-host, update s3proxy.conf with your own docker ip.

To find the docker ip:

$ docker-machine ip [docker machine name]

Sample output:
192.168.99.100
  • Build docker image:

$ make build

  • Run S3Proxy container:

$ docker run -t -i -p 8080:8080 s3proxy

If you cannot get to the internet from the container, use the following:

$ docker run --dns 8.8.8.8 -t -i -p 8080:8080 s3proxy

Verifying Output

Sample output should be something like this:

I 12-08 01:35:30.616 main org.eclipse.jetty.util.log:186 |::] Logging initialized @1046ms
I 12-08 01:35:30.642 main o.eclipse.jetty.server.Server:327 |::] jetty-9.2.z-SNAPSHOT
I 12-08 01:35:30.665 main o.e.j.server.ServerConnector:266 |::] Started ServerConnector@7331196b{HTTP/1.1}{0.0.0.0:8080}
I 12-08 01:35:30.666 main o.eclipse.jetty.server.Server:379 |::] Started @1097ms

docker ps output should be similar to this:

$ docker ps
CONTAINER ID        IMAGE                    COMMAND                  CREATED             STATUS              PORTS                     NAMES
789186d1debf        s3proxy                  "/bin/sh -c './target"   5 seconds ago       Up 4 seconds        0.0.0.0:8080->8080/tcp    tender_feynman

Since we mapped port 8080 to 8080, you can navigate to [docker ip]:8080. For example: http://192.168.99.100:8080/

Updating Hosts File

If you are running this locally using a local ip, you will need to update your /etc/hosts file to add entries for the subdomains.
For example, if the root of the site is running at http://192.168.99.100:8080/, then make sure you add an entry in the /etc/hosts file for each subdomain.
If the container name is democontainer, then add a subdomain as follows in the hosts file.

192.168.99.100  democontainer.192.168.99.100

To verify, navigate to [CONTAINER NAME].[DOCKER MACHINE IP]:8080. For example: http://democontainer.192.168.99.100:8080/

Testing with a Sample App

Refer to the AWS Java sample app repo to test your S3Proxy deployment. It is a simple Java application illustrating usage of the AWS S3 SDK for Java.

Other Deployment Options

You can push S3Proxy as a docker app to various platforms.

Deploying to Platforms like Dokku

Dokku is a Docker powered open source Platform as a Service that runs on any hardware or cloud provider. Dokku can use the S3Proxy Dockerfile to instantiate containers to deploy and scale S3Proxy with few easy commands. Follow the Depoy-to-Dokku guide to host your own S3Proxy in Dokku.

Deploying to Platforms like Cloud Foundry

Cloud Foundry is an open source PaaS that enables developers to deploy and scale applications in minutes, regardless of the cloud provider. Cloud Foundry with Diego can pull the S3Proxy Docker image from a Docker Registry then run and scale it as containers. Follow the Depoy-to-Cloud-Foundry guide to host your own S3Proxy in Cloud Foundry.

Acknowledgements

Many thanks to @andrewgaul and @kahing for developing and maintaining S3Proxy.

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