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Short Description
Pentaho BI server(community edition) docker image for development and testing purposes.
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docker-biserver-ce

Pentaho BI server(community edition) docker image. https://hub.docker.com/r/zhicwu/biserver-ce/

What's inside

ubuntu:16.04
 |
 |-- phusion/baseimage:0.9.22
      |
      |-- zhicwu/java:8
           |
           |-- zhicwu/biserver-ce:7.1-base
                |
                |-- zhicwu/biserver-ce:7.1-full
                    |
                    |-- zhicwu/biserver-ce:7.1

Known issue

Get started

  • Run vanilla Pentaho server
    $ docker run --name bi -p 8080:8080 -p 12345:1234 -d zhicwu/biserver-ce:7.1
    $ docker logs -f bi
    
  • Run patched Pentaho server
    $ docker run --name bi -e APPLY_PATCHES=Y -p 8080:8080 -p 12345:1234 -d zhicwu/biserver-ce:7.1
    $ docker logs -f bi
    
  • Use docker-compose (Recommended)
    $ git clone https://github.com/zhicwu/docker-biserver-ce.git -b 7.1 --single-branch
    $ cd docker-biserver-ce
    ... edit .env and/or docker-compose.yml based on your needs, put your Pentaho configuration files under ext directory if necessary ...
    $ docker-compose up -d
    $ docker-compose logs -f
    
    Regardless which approach you took, after server started, you should be able to access Pentaho Server(admin/password) and monitor metrics using Prometheus and Grafana.

How to use external database

Taking MySQL 5.x as an example. Assuming you have pbi_repository, pbi_quartz and pdi_jcr 3 databases created, change docker-compose.yml to set STORAGE_TYPE to mysql5, and then mount volume ./database.env:/biserver-ce/data/database.env with the following content:

SERVER_PASSWD=password
DB_HOST=xxx
DB_PORT=3306
DB_USER=xxx
DB_PASSWD=xxx

How to build

$ git clone https://github.com/zhicwu/docker-biserver-ce.git -b 7.1 --single-branch
$ cd docker-biserver-ce
$ docker build -t my/biserver:7.1 .
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