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Dojo docker image with:

Based on alpine docker image.


  1. Install Dojo
  2. Provide a Dojofile:
$ cat Dojofile
  1. Enter a docker container by running dojo in the same directory as Dojofile.
  2. Example commands to run inside the Dojo created container:
aws --version
aws ec2 describe-instances --filters "Name=tag:Name,Values=ec2-ansible-test"


If the directory $HOME/.aws exists locally, then it will be read-only mounted into a Dojo Docker container. This is how we can provide AWS credentials to the Dojo Docker container.


Instructions how to update this project.

  1. Create a new feature branch from the main branch: master
  2. Work on your changes in that feature branch. If you want, describe you changes in
  3. Build your image locally to check that it succeeds: ./tasks build_local
  4. Test your image: ./tasks itest
  5. If you are happy with the results, create a PR from your feature branch to master branch
  6. Someone will read your PR, merge it and ensure version bump (using ./tasks set_version)
  7. CI pipeline will run to automatically build and test docker image, release the project and publish the docker image.


Copyright 2019-2020 Ewa Czechowska, Tomasz Sętkowski

Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); you may not use this file except in compliance with the License. You may obtain a copy of the License at

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