Before you start
Before setting up the docker-compose, make sure you have the following:
Decide whether or not you want to test the setup with real subdomains or dummy ones provided in the setup as examples (
Ensure you have certificates for these subdomains (self-signed or purchased) or generate them
Ensure you have network access to DockerHub from the machine you use for the setup
Ensure the docker-compose version is 1.27 or higher. You may need to install a fresh version manually.
README.mdfile of the provided archive contains short installation reminders.
Set up docker-compose
Download the docker-compose setup archive from JetBrains web site
Unpack the archive.
Put or copy the
license.keyobtained from JetBrains (trial or purchased) to the
By default, the file is empty and goes as an example.
Put certificates for lobby and relay subdomains to
Generate certificates for lobby and relay components:
openssl ecparam -name secp384r1 -genkey -noout -out lobby/lobby_private.pem
openssl ec -in lobby/lobby_private.pem -pubout -out relay/lobby_public.pem
If you use the setup with our dummy subdomains, add them to the local
If you use your subdomains, edit the following files:
docker-compose up to start containers.
Check the following code example on how to set up a docker-compose: