Installation via Docker
Bork is provided as a docker file and can be easily build, configured and started via docker-compose.
The following preconditions must apply:
- A running Orion Context Broker, for instance the fiware/orion Docker Container, that is externally accessible.
- (optional if Auth. is to be applied) A running Keyrock GE, for instance the fiware/idm Docker Container, that is externally accessible.
- (optional if Auth. is to be applied) A running Wilma GE, for instance the fiware/pep-proxy Docker Container, that is externally accessible.
Dockerfile out of the ./docker folder of this repository. If an example of a docker-compose setup is needed, get the
docker-compose.yml that is in the same folder. The usable environmental variables for docker-compose can be viewed here. This example docker-compose file uses the external network
orion_default to communicate with an Orion Context Broker in a Docker Container.
If everything is set up, execute:
docker-compose up -d
And check the logs if Bork started successfully:
docker logs --since=1m -f bork
Stop Bork with: