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Running Talend Remote Engine in a docker container

I was not able to find a Dockerfile for running Talend Remote Engine in a container. So I tried to build a new one. It is a working in progress: do you have any suggestions?

TODO / Next steps:

  • registering the engine using Talend API
  • running the engine with a unix user “talend”
FROM centos:7
# centos is the recommended linux distribution
MAINTAINER  Matteo Redaelli <matteo.redaelli@gmail.com>

# Build and run this image with:
# - docker build -t  talend/remote_engine:2.7.0
# - docker run -d --name talend_remote_engine talend/remote_engine:2.7.0 run

# Set environment variables.
ENV TALEND_HOME /opt/talend
ENV TALEND_ENGINE_HOME $TALEND_HOME/remote_engine
ENV HOME $TALEND_HOME
ENV JAVA_VERSION=java-1.8.0-openjdk
ENV JAVA_HOME /usr/lib/jvm/$JAVA_VERSION

# Installing java
RUN yum update -y && \
   yum install -y $JAVA_VERSION ${JAVA_VERSION}-devel && \ 
   rm -rf /var/cache/yum

# Define working directory.
WORKDIR $TALEND_HOME

## remember to update config files before creating the image
## - Talend-RemoteEngine-*/etc/preauthorized.key.cfg with the engine key, name and description
## - Talend-RemoteEngine-*/etc/system.properties with proxy settings (if needed)
COPY Talend-RemoteEngine-V2.7.0 $TALEND_ENGINE_HOME
 
#RUN mkdir $HOME/.m2
#COPY settings.xml $HOME/.m2/settings.xml

# Define default command.
# See trun source for options: you shuld use "run"
ENTRYPOINT ["/opt/talend/remote_engine/bin/trun"]