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    What is Cabot?

    Cabot is a free, open-source, self-hosted infrastructure monitoring platform that provides some of the best features of PagerDuty, Server Density, Pingdom and Nagios without their cost and complexity.

    How to use this image

    $ docker run -d --name cabot-redis redis

    • Start a Postgres container

    $ docker run -d --name cabot-postgres postgres

    • Run the initial database migrations

    $ docker run --rm --env-file production.env --link cabot-postgres:postgres cabotapp/cabot cabot migrate

    • Start the cabot webserver

    $ docker run -d --name cabot-web --env-file production.env --link cabot-postgres:postgres --link cabot-redis:redis -p 5000:5000 cabotapp/cabot gunicorn cabot.wsgi:application -b

    • You also need a celery worker and scheduler to run the status checks

    $ docker run -d --name cabot-worker --env-file production.env --link cabot-postgres:postgres --link cabot-redis:redis cabotapp/cabot celery worker -A cabot

    $ docker run -d --name cabot-beat --env-file production.env --link cabot-postgres:postgres --link cabot-redis:redis cabotapp/cabot celery beat -A cabot

    Using kubernetes

    Kubernetes files are templated using kubetpl.

    To apply them, create a configuration file as above (e.g. conf/production.env) and run

    kubetpl -c . -i .env -s kubernetes/* | kubectl apply -f -

    This will create all the deployments and services you need including the database. It create's an ingress with SSL enabled using - you may wish to change the ingress or change the web-service to be a loadbalancer or node port

    Using Helm

    Cabot can now be installed using Helm.

    Simply clone the repository and run

    helm install charts/cabot --set

    You'll need to apply any configuration changes in charts/cabot/values.yaml

    Using docker-compose

    You can set up a complete cabot stack easily using docker-compose.

    • Clone the docker-cabot repository

    git clone

    • Copy your cabot config to conf/production.env

    • Run docker-compose up -d

    By default the compose file only binds on localhost. We recommend putting it behind a reverse proxy such as nginx or Caddy, but if you want you can change it to bind publicly on port 80.

    There is a Caddyfile included which will automatically set up HTTPS using Let's Encrypt.


    If you have any problems using these images please make a github issue on cabotapp/docker-cabot.

    For any problems relating to Cabot itself, please make issues on arachnys/cabot


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