Dockerized version of Observium with support for external database, both
communitiy and professional editions (via arbritrary svn source), packages
to allow native LDAP auth, and easy plugin support by exposing htmldir as a
At Yelp we use this to provide portability to our NMS. With a flexible
image, it's easy to manage 2+ instances with Puppet or
[insert way to configure/schedule containers here]. Good use cases would be
instances for corp and prod, managed services and internal, or just a single
one that's more predictable on any box.
Using this image
Examples assume the following directory layout:
$ tree $PWD /opt/observium/volumes ├── config │ └── config.php ├── html ├── logs └── rrd
Linking volumes and using Observium CE:
$ docker run -d \ --name observium \ -p 8000:8000 \ -v /opt/observium/volumes/config:/config \ -v /opt/observium/volumes/html:/opt/observium/html \ -v /opt/observium/volumes/logs:/opt/observium/logs \ -v /opt/observium/volumes/rrd:/opt/observium/rrd \ yelp/observium
Using Observium PE (or another SVN source):
$ docker run -d \ --name observium \ -p 8000:8000 \ -v /opt/observium/volumes/config:/config \ -v /opt/observium/volumes/html:/opt/observium/html \ -v /opt/observium/volumes/logs:/opt/observium/logs \ -v /opt/observium/volumes/rrd:/opt/observium/rrd \ -e USE_SVN=true \ -e SVN_USERfirstname.lastname@example.org \ -e SVN_PASS=dfed555743854a475345ae01a7668acc \ -e SVN_REPO=http://svn.observium.org/svn/observium/trunk \ yelp/observium
The following volumes are set in the container:
||This allows you to add HTML plugins if you wish (such as weathermap!)|
||Mount this where you have a ample space and back up!|
||If you're running MySQL on the local Docker host, make use of this volume and set the SQL host to
If you need to sub-in random, single files just add an extra
-v argument to
your run (or however you're starting the container. Puppet anyone?) to the
path. We do this for
Only TCP/8000 is exposed.
All of the environment variables that are used were shown above.
USE_SVN=true SVN_USER=username SVN_PASS=password SVN_REPO=http://url/to/repo@revision
If you don't have a subscription but run your own managed copy, feel free to
sub-in your own repo.