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This tutorial is formed by several projects that develop functionalities incrementally. It will make use of the application we call Webapp, starting it as a docker container.

The tutorial relies heavily on Docker. The minimum requirements areas follows:

  • Ubuntu 18.04 environment. If you use Windows, you can still do the tutorial in a VM within your machine. However, bear in mind that at least 8Gb of memory for the vm are required.

  • Docker (

  • Docker compose (

  • ElasTest (

    • It should be started with Jenkins enabled:

      docker run --rm -v ~/.elastest:/data -v /var/run/docker.sock:/var/run/docker.sock elastest/platform start --jenkins
    • If you're using ElasTest from within a VM, then you need to provide the ip address of the vm on startup:

      docker run --rm -v ~/.elastest:/data -v /var/run/docker.sock:/var/run/docker.sock elastest/platform start --jenkins --server-address=<vm ip>
  • Cloning the samples repository:

    git clone

For examples 4 and 5, it is required that the max map count is increased for ElasticSearch, otherwise it might exit abruptly. Therefore, issue this command before starting any of the tools:

sudo sysctl -w vm.max_map_count=262144

In addition, it is recommended to download in advance the following containers to avoid issues due to network congestion:

  • elastest/etm-check-service-up
  • elastest/ci-docker-e2e-compose:latest
  • elastest/demo-web-java-test-sut-offline
  • edujgurjc/eslogstas
  • elastest/etm-dockbeat:latest
  • Elastest-containers
    • elastest/platform:1.0.0-beta4
    • elastest/platform-services:1.0.0-beta4
    • elastest/edm-mysql:1.0.0-beta4
    • elastest/etm:1.0.0-beta4
    • elastest/etm-proxy:1.0.0-beta4
    • elastestbrowsers/chrome:latest-2.0.1
    • elastest/etm-dockbeat:1.0.0-beta4
    • elastest/test-etm-alpinegitjava