The package is provided using Docker Compose, and became available with SEEK version 1.3.0
Installation and running
Running openSEEK is essentially the same, but you will need to use a different compose file and create an additional volume
Create the additional volume for storing the openbis state with:
docker volume create --name=openbis-state
The compose file to use is docker-compose-openseek.yml
When using Docker Compose you need to reference this compose file, for example:
docker-compose -f docker-compose-openseek.yml up -d
docker-compose -f docker-compose-openseek.yml down
You can reach SEEK through
after which you will need to create the initial account and profile. The SEEK will already be setup to talk to the openBIS.
You can reach openBIS through
Note this uses a self-signed certificate by default. The default user is admin and password is changeit.
You don’t need to run the combined openSEEK package to use SEEK with openBIS.
For SEEK versions following 1.3, you can use SEEK with a pre-existing openBIS which is running the 16.05.02 version. You can also install openBIS separately using the Standard openBIS installation, or a single Docker container as follows:
docker volume create name=openbis-state docker run -p 4000:443 -v openbis-state:/home/openbis/openbis_state openbis/debian-openbis:16.05.2
More details about running the openBIS Docker container can be found on Docker Hub
Using SEEK and openBIS
For further instructions on how to use SEEK with openBIS please read our User Guide