Piranha - a cloud container, an exciting, new and in progress project

This project is maintained by piranhacloud

Running Piranha Server on Docker

Starting Piranha Server on port 8080

By default Piranha Server listens on port 8080. The command line below exposes port 8080 on your local machine and binds it to port 8080 inside the Docker container.

docker run --rm -it -p 8080:8080 piranhacloud/server:VERSION 

Where VERSION is the version you want to use. Note if you want to test out the new and upcoming features you can use snapshot.

Mounting your own webapps directory

If you do not want to create your own Docker image containing Piranha Server and your web applications you can bind a volume to the Piranha webapps directory like illustrated below.

docker run --rm -it -p 8080:8080 -v $PWD:/usr/local/piranha/webapps \

Note this will disable all web applications that are shipped with Piranha Server by default as you are replacing it with your own set of web applications.