Installing UP9 using Docker-Compose
Installing UP9 using Docker-Compose requires three steps:
- Sign Up & Install
- Create an UP9 Docker-Compose Config File
- Launch Docker-Compose
Step (1/3): Sign Up & Install
To install, please sign up using this link: https://up9.app/signup. You can ignore the on-screen instructions for now. To use Docker-Compose, you need to install the UP9 CLI.
Install the UP9 CLI using NPM:
npm i -g up9
Or, with Brew:
brew tap up9inc/brew && brew install up9
Assuming your browser is open and you are logged in to your UP9 account, authenticate the UP9 CLI:
The CLI will use the browser to complete the authentication.
Step (2/3): Create an UP9 Docker-Compose Config File
Change directories to your docker-compose folder and run the following command:
up9 tap:create-docker-compose <workspace-name>
Step (3/3): Launch Docker-Compose
To launch, use the following command:
docker-compose -f docker-compose.yml -f docker-compose-up9.yml up
Training the UP9 Models
UP9 works by observing service traffic. The more traffic UP9 observes, the more information it has to train its models. To generate traffic, you can simply use the system, or run pre-existing end-to-end tests.
Poking, Troubleshooting and Interacting with your Services
Example of a service dependency map.
It can take anywhere from a few hours to a few days to fully calibrate the UP9 models. Once models are generated, you’ll receive an email with further instructions.
UP9 should free up some time for you to start a new hobby :) Enjoy!
For support, feel free to use any one of the three:
- Schedule time with an UP9 staff member using this link.
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Use our in-app messaging application to start a conversation.