This deployment is intended only for testing and demonstration purposes and should not serve for real production use. If you want to provide VODAN in a Box as a service, visit Production Deployment.
git clonerepository https://github.com/VODAN-Tech/vodan-deployment-basic locally
Change working directory to the root folder
Use docker-compose to start VODAN in a Box
git clone https://github.com/VODAN-Tech/vodan-deployment-basic.git
docker-compose up -d
For additional configuration options, see Advanced Configuration.
When VODAN in a Box is running, you can access the following services:
http://localhost:8080 - CRF Wizard (DSW)
http://localhost:8081 - FAIR Data Point (FDP)
http://localhost:27017 - MongoDB (for MongoDB clients)
http://localhost:3000 - CRF Wizard API
For both CRF Wizard and FDP, you can use default admin account
firstname.lastname@example.org with password
password. BlazeGraph and MongoDB are without any authentication.
To start VODAN in a Box, use
docker-compose up -din the root directory.
To stop VODAN in a Box, use
docker-compose downin the root directory.
To restart VODAN in a Box, use first
docker-compose downand then
docker-compose up -dagain.
To see running services of VODAN in a Box and their status, use
For debugging and investigating logs, use
docker-compose logs -f).
Optionally, you can also use separate AllegroGraph for submitted CRF data. To do that, simply uncomment
agraph section in
docker-compose.yml and update
submission-service/config.yml. Then, you will be able to access it on http://localhost:10035. Of course, you can similarly set any other triple store of your choice.
Stop VODAN in a Box
Overwrite configurations and
Start VODAN in a Box again
From root directory of
docker-compose up -d
For more information about docker-compose and its options, visit Docker documentation.
Various advanced deployment options of FAIR Data Point are well-described in FAIR Data Point Reference Implementation Documentation.
The main difference with respect to the Production Deployment is the absence of proxy and certificates, with opened ports directly instead.