If you want to have a quick look at Temboard, here's 3 steps to deploy a testing environment composed of 3 PostgreSQL instances and a central Temboard server.
2- Fetch our pre-configured compose file and launch it
wget https://raw.githubusercontent.com/dalibo/docker/master/temboard/docker-compose.yml docker-compose up
3- Go to https://127.0.0.1:8888
- Connect to the Temboard server with
admin / admin
- Connect to each Postgres instance with
alice / alice
- The temboard server is listening to the local LAN
DO NOT USE THIS IN PRODUCTION.
Obviously these docker machines are designed for testing and demo. All database
access are set to
trust, the SSL certificate is self-signed and the default
passwords are public.
If you're already running a PostgreSQL instance on your machine, you might encounter conflicts with ports
5435. If so, you can modify the
docker-compose.ymlfile and choose alternative ports
If you run docker on a distant linux server: build a simple SSH tunnel to reach the temboard server without exposing it on the internet :
ssh -L 8888:localhost:8888 your_server_ip