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gaudi is a generator of architecture written in Go and using Docker. You can use it to start any type of application, and link them together without knowledge of Docker or system configuration. Using Go, gaudi can build and start your applications in parallel depending on their dependencies.
Describe any architecture with a simple YAML file (called
.gaudi.yml). For instance, for a PHP+MySQL combo:
applications: front1: type: apache links: [app] volumes: .: /var/www custom: fastCgi: app ports: 8080: 8080 app: type: php-fpm links: [db] ports: 9000: 9000 volumes: .: /var/www db: type: mysql ports: 3306: 3306
Start this environment (with sudo privileges):
gaudi will try to find a
.gaudi.yml file in the current folder, and start each application simultaneously, or sequentially if they depend on each other.
gaudi requires Docker to run.
OSX / Windows: Using Vagrant
The Cethy/vagrant-gaudi repository describes how to install gaudi with Vagrant.
Debian & Ubuntu
wget -O - http://gaudi.io/apt/gaudi.gpg.key | sudo apt-key add - echo "deb http://gaudi.io/apt/ precise main" | sudo tee -a /etc/apt/sources.list sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install gaudi
Other linux systems
On other system you need to install Go 1.2 to install gaudi.
go get github.com/marmelab/gaudi
Check that your
A puppet module is available to install gaudi.
gaudi application starts containers with Docker's commands which requires sudo privileges.
Make sure that the
GOROOT environment variables are correctly set for the
root user (or other user with root privileges).
How Does It Work?
gaudi uses Docker to start all applications in a specific container.
It builds Docker files and specific configuration files from different templates.
All templates are listed in the
templates/ folder, one for each application type.
You can find an example of how to start a Symfony application in the wiki.
Another examples can be found in the
See gaudi options.
gaudi can also runs binaries in the current folder.
A binary is not always attached to an application so gaudi allows to configure them in a different field
Build the debian package
Create a gpg key
gpg --gen-key ls / -R gpg --armor --export firstname.lastname@example.org --output gaudi.gpg.key
Your feedback about the usage of gaudi in your specific context is valuable, don't hesitate to open GitHub Issues for any problem or question you may have.
All contributions are welcome. New applications or options should be tested with go unit test tool.