SIX servers can be run with Docker. This page contains everything you need to know around the Docker setup and relevant workflows.
SIX Docker image is available via Docker Hub. You can pull the latest released version of the image using the following command:
Here's a quick rundown of the most important commands:
docker-compose up -d: Start a new SIX server to which you can deploy your SIX services.
docker-compose stop: Stops the SIX server.
docker-compose pull: Downloads the latest SIX images from Docker Hub
docker logs: Shows the logs of the SIX server (helpful for debugging).
Note that these commands need to be executed in the directory where the Docker Compose file for your SIX server is available.