In theory, this approach could also be used on macOS.
Every service will be configured via NodeJS, managed by docker-compose, and finally runs inside a docker container. In addition, a Kubernetes cluster is created to host all deployments of flow nodes.
Simpleproxy proxies tcp traffic from docker host to the kubernetes cluster, so a connection cluster server -> docker-host -> component orchestrator will be ensured.
Following software needs to be installed
Clone main repository
git clone https://github.com/openintegrationhub/openintegrationhub.git
The following commands should all be run from *src/* directory
Install the required packages. (Keep in mind, that those packages will be installed in the scope of a docker container and the underlying operating system)
Make sure, your firewall allows tcp traffic from docker networks to host for following ports
- 3000+ (services port range)
- 5672 (rabbitMQ)
- 9090 (proxy to kubernetes cluster)
Start with initial state
node setup/minikube && node setup/kubernetes && node setup/iam && node setup/flows && node start
If everything started up successfully you can visit the frontend with
and log in as default admin user “firstname.lastname@example.org”/”somestring”
In addition to the frontend, there are other monitoring tools available.
to open Minikube Kubernetes Dashboard. Here you will find all details about deployments within the “flows” namespace.
Just navigate to http://localhost:15672/ and log in with “guest”/”guest” to get details about the underlying message queue.
Run tests for all libs/services
Run tests for specific libs/services
node test services/component-orchestrator
node test lib/iam-utils
Hit ctrl+c to exit process and run