Google / Github authentication proxy
Dockerized nodejs authentication proxy supporting google/github auth through the npm doorman-proxy package
This docker container runs the doorman-proxy nodejs package as a supervisord process
- proxy runs as a supervisord process inside the container, so it's restarted automatically if the nginx server dies.
- proxy configuration fully overridable through environment variables, example
- secure web apps such as kibana, jenkins, phpmyadmin, dashboards without having to set up authentication in each of those apps.
This configuration file will be added to the image on build time. See the file for available
parameters and descriptions. The doorman nodejs proxy listens on port
8085 inside the container.
Runtime configuration parameters
Almost all configuration options are settable through environment variables. A reference environment file is provided
in .env.example that can be passed to the docker container at run time. A wrapper script that is automatically
executed at run time takes care of passing the docker container environment variables to the supervisor child process.
Managing & running containers
docker build -t doorman ./
where -t is the tag name we give the container
To run the container, execute
docker run -d -p 8080:8085 --env-file PATH/TO/.env --name doorman doorman