Spinning up your first Mantis cluster using Docker¶
Install Docker on your local machine (if you don't already have it)
Bootstraping your first Mantis Cluster in Docker¶
Download the docker-compose file¶
Download the docker-compose.yml to a local folder mantis
$ cd <mantis> $ docker-compose -f docker-compose.yml up
This starts up the following Docker containers:
- Mesos Master
- Mantis Master
- Mantis API
- Mesos Slave and Mantis Worker run on a single container (mantisagent)
- A simple hello world web application that sends events to Mantis
- A simple Java application that sends events to Manits
Mantis Admin UI¶
The Mantis Admin UI allows you to manage your Mantis Jobs.
Open the Mantis UI in a new browser window.
Fill out the Registration form as follows
- Master Name:
- Mantis API URL:
- Mesos URL:
The Mantis Admin page should be pre-populated with all the Mantis examples.
Try out Mantis Jobs¶
Now that you have setup a Mantis cluster locally try running some of the preconfigured Mantis samples
Sine Function Sample - A simple job that generates x and y coordinates of a sine wave.
Twitter Sample - Connects to a twitter stream using consumer and token keys specified and performs a streaming word count.
On Demand sourcing data from external apps sample - Demonstrates how Mantis Jobs can pull events on demand from external applications.
To teardown the Mantis cluster, issue the following command
$ cd <mantis> $ docker-compose -f docker-compose.yml down