This guide will walk you through setting up a small Germain UX environment, suitable for testing. Please note that this configuration is not recommended for production environments.
CPU with at least 4 cores
32 GB of RAM
100 GB of disk space
Download and extract the Germain UX packageCODE
cd /opt wget https://germain-apm.s3.us-west-2.amazonaws.com/GermainAPM/2023/germainux-quickstart-2023.3-binary.tar.gz tar xzf germainux-quickstart-2023.3-binary.tar.gz
Deploy your license keyCODE
cd germainux echo <your license key> > config/license.key
Deploy client distribution files (optional)CODE
wget https://germain-apm.s3.us-west-2.amazonaws.com/GermainAPM/2023/GermainAPMEngine-2023.3-2-binary.zip unzip GermainAPMEngine-2023.3-2-binary.zip -d data/server/dist/2023.3
Update email settings (optional)
Update the email settings in the included common.properties file to match your SMTP server:
docker-compose -f germainux.yaml up -d --force-recreate
This will start up the containers necessary to run Germain UX and create the default schemas and OOTB config. The individual containers will generate log output under the data directory.
This process will take a few minutes to complete - you should see the system CPU utilization spike and the drop once the services had completed their startup.
Verify that all containers are running:CODE
Connect to the Germain UX workspace
By default, the workspace can be accessed on port 8080 using the default credentials (admin / admin):
docker-compose -f germainux.yaml down