Commit 610503e2 authored by Mark Church's avatar Mark Church
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# Docker Pets
Docker Pets is a simple application that's useful for testing out features of Docker Datacenter.
Docker Pets is a simple application that's useful for testing out features of Docker Enterprise Edition.
If you are interested in a guide on how to demo Docker Pets on the Universal Control Plane then check out [this tutorial](https://github.com/mark-church/docker-pets/blob/master/DEMO-DDC.md).
If you are interested in contributing to Docker pets please check out the [Release Notes & Roadmap.](https://github.com/mark-church/docker-pets/blob/master/ROADMAP.md).
## Versioning
- `1.0` is the primary version that should be used for demos.
- `1.0` is the primary version that should be used for demos. `latest` is also tagged with `1.0`
- `2.0` is a version with minor visual changes. Use this to demonstrate rolling updates from `1.0` to `2.0`
- `broken` is a version that reports a failed healthcheck. Use this version to demonstrate an unsucessful rolling update.
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Pets is hosted on the Docker Hub at `chrch/docker-pets:latest` but you can also build it locally with the following steps
```
$ git clone https://github.com/mark-church/docker-pets
$ git clone https://github.com/dockersamples/docker-pets.git
$ cd docker-pets/web
$ docker build -t docker-pets .
```
## Running Pets as a Single Container, Stateless App
```
$ docker run -it -p 5000:5000 docker-pets
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This is the full architecture that is deployed when using [pets-dev-compose.yml](https://github.com/mark-church/docker-pets/blob/master/pets-dev-compose.yml).
```
$ git clone https://github.com/mark-church/docker-pets
~$ git clone https://github.com/dockersamples/docker-pets.git
~/docker-pets$ docker -v
Docker version 1.13.1-rc1, build 2527cfc
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