In order to get access to the demo environment, you need to be registered with Cafienne. You can fill out the form at cafienne.io.
In order to run Cafienne Demo, you need to have
The demo runs as a set of docker images, and the configuration of these images is available in a git repository. We assume you have some basic knowledge of working with GitHub and Docker.
Clone the repository and get started
When authorized, you can clone the repository from Github by running the following command in a terminal:
git clone https://github.com/cafienne/getting-started.
Now, you can pull the latest Cafienne docker images by running
docker-compose pull and bringing it up by running
docker-compose up. You can now start working with Cafienne.
There are two methods to stop and/or remove the environment.
docker-compose downwill stop the running environment and remove all created containers. Only use this method if you want to rebuild all containers and start with a clean environment, because everything is completely removed.
docker-compose stoponly stops the running containers. All data is preserved. Use this method if you want to preserve all your running cases.Once stopped, you can start the containers by running docker-compose -f cafienne-demo.yml start
Exposed URLs of the Cafienne Demo environment
After starting up the Cafienne Demo environment, the following URL allow you to access the various parts of the environment:
- Cafienne IDE: http://localhost:2081
- Cafienne task user interface: http://localhost:8081
- Cafienne API (exposed through Swagger): http://localhost:2027
- MailCatcher web UI: http://localhost:1080
You can logon to these parts by using
admin for the username and
cafienne for the password. Next to the admin there are four predefined users: Lara
firstname.lastname@example.org/gerald and Suzy
More information about running the Cafienne Demo environment is available in the documentation of the getting-started repository in GitHub.