A docker container to use in proxying traffic for an app when keycloak integration is not possible. See proxy implementation/configuration details here here.
The majority of the configuration for the proxy is actually done in a proxy.json file, which you'll need to add to the container at
/proxy.json before running. It should be noted too that this container exposes port
8080, but the
proxy.json file allows you to choose any listen port (it's best then, that you ensure your file contains
docker run -d -v /path/to/local/proxy.json:/proxy.json -p 8080:8080 stevenolen/keycloak-proxy
This container doesn't expect to be run with
https (instead, it's better to do that with another reverse proxy above).