Konga Docker

Using Docker

  1. Prepare the database
docker run --rm  --network=kong-net  \
                       pantsel/konga:latest
                       -c prepare 
                       -a postgres
                       -u postgres://konga@konga-database:5432/konga
  1. Start Konga
$ docker run -p 1337:1337 
             --network {{kong-network}} \ // optional
             -e "TOKEN_SECRET={{somerandomstring}}" \
             -e "DB_ADAPTER=the-name-of-the-adapter" \ // 'mongo','postgres','sqlserver'  or 'mysql'
             -e "DB_HOST=your-db-hostname" \
             -e "DB_PORT=your-db-port" \ // Defaults to the default db port
             -e "DB_USER=your-db-user" \ // Omit if not relevant
             -e "DB_PASSWORD=your-db-password" \ // Omit if not relevant
             -e "DB_DATABASE=your-db-name" \ // Defaults to 'konga_database'
             -e "DB_PG_SCHEMA=my-schema"\ // Optionally define a schema when integrating with prostgres
             -e "NODE_ENV=production" \ // or 'development' | defaults to 'development'
             --name konga \
             pantsel/konga

 // Alternatively you can use the full connection string to connect to a database
 $ docker run -p 1337:1337 
              --network {{kong-network}} \ // optional
              -e "TOKEN_SECRET={{somerandomstring}}" \
              -e "DB_ADAPTER=the-name-of-the-adapter" \ // 'mongo','postgres','sqlserver'  or 'mysql'
              -e "DB_URI=full-connection-uri" \
              -e "NODE_ENV=production" \ // or 'development' | defaults to 'development'
              --name konga \
              pantsel/konga

The GUI will be available at http://{your server's public ip}:1337

Docker Compose

konga.yml