DerbyJs Site
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The site, built with Derby.


Clone this repository and install the dependencies:

npm install


To run the site locally:

npm start

To run the entire stack locally, you can use docker-compose. To do this, simply run:

npm run compose-up

Similarly, npm run compose-stop will stop all containers and npm run compose-down will stop and remove all containers and networks created.

You can also use Docker Compose directly by running the following command:

SWARM_MODE=false docker-compose -f ./deploy/docker-compose.yaml up

To change the underlying versions of derby-site or derby-examples, simply adjust the tags for the image.


The Derby site can operate using the Docker Compose or, more ideally, Docker Swarm. The use Swarm, you must first initialize a swarm cluster. To do this, simply run docker swarm init. If you are prompted to include the --advertise-addr parameter, make sure this matches the instances local IP address, not the public address. Once you have done this, you can run the following command to create the stack from the ./deploy directory:

npm run deploy

Alternatively, you can run this directly using the Docker CLI with the following command:

SWARM_MODE=true docker stack deploy --compose-file docker-compose.yaml derbyjs

This will create all necessary resources. If you are making changes to the configuration or want to update to a new version, you can simply edit the docker-compose.yaml file and run the command listed above again. This will initiate a rolling update.

Note that the only container utilizing rolling updates is the derby-site container.