Synadia Control Plane


A Docker deployment guide leveraging Compose

This deployment method has the following prerequisites:

Login to Registry

Using the registry credentials you were given, login to:

docker login

Synadia Control Plane Configuration file

Create a file called syn-cp.yaml:

  # full URL where you will access Control Plane
  url: http://localhost:8080

  # optional TLS certificates to enabled HTTPS
  # tls:
  #   cert_file: /path/to/cert.pem
  #   key_file: /path/to/key.pem

Docker Compose file

Create a file called docker-compose.yaml with the following settings:

version: '3.9'

    container_name: control-plane
    hostname: control-plane
    command: ['server', 'start']
      - ./syn-cp.yaml:/app/syn-cp.yaml
      - control-plane-data:/app/data
      - 8080:8080
      - 8443:8443
      # map port 6222 if using HA mode
      # 6222:6222

  control-plane-data: {}

Start the containers

Run the following command to bring up the stack.

docker compose up -d

Administrative credentials

On the initial startup, Control Plane's administrative credentials will be visible in the logs:

docker compose logs control-plane

Access the Web UI

By default, the Web UI is accessible on port 8080. This can be changed in the docker-compose.yaml.

Navigate to http://localhost:8080 or http://<your_docker_host>:8080.

Upgrade the image

To upgrade Control Plane's image and restart, use the following commands:

docker compose pull control-plane
docker compose up -d

Stop the containers

docker compose down

The container volume data can be deleted by including the -v option.

docker compose down -v