Oobeya Free Edition - Join the waitlist
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OVERVIEW

Oobeya Free Edition is a free-to-use version of Oobeya with limited features.
Oobeya Free Edition is just a starting point for improving software quality and development efficiency in your product development line.
Follow the steps below for the quick and easy installation of Oobeya to work with your data.
Minimum Requirements For Docker Desktop
If you want to run Oobeya on your local machine by using Docker Desktop, you should set minimum resources as below:
  • CPU: 4
  • Memory: 6 GB
Minimum Requirements For Server
If you want to run Oobeya on a server without any performance issues, you should set minimum resources as below:
  • CPU: 4
  • Memory: 16 GB

INSTALLING OOBEYA FREE EDITION USING DOCKER
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1- Clone the latest repository of Oobeya Free Edition.
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git clone https://github.com/oobeyaio/oobeya-free-edition.git
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2- If you don't want to use the localhost address, open env.list file and enter your domain name or IP address:
env.list
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CORS_ALLOWED_ORIGIN=https://oobeya.mycompany.com,http://SERVER_IP
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3- You need to log in to pull Oobeya Free Edition images. Docker login credentials will be provided by Oobeya Team. Request your credentials.
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docker login -u {{user_name}} -p {{password}} oobeya.azurecr.io
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4- Run the application using docker-compose.
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docker-compose up -d
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5- Browse http://localhost or http://your_ip_address to launch the Oobeya registration page. Then, set a new password for the root user of the Oobeya.
6- Login with the root user and start Dashboarding!..
Now you are ready to connect your own data sources with Oobeya to get complete visibility of your software's health.

ADVANCED CONFIGURATION
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If you have some problems with the default configuration, consider editing compose file (docker-compose.yml) or configuration file (env.list) in the repository.
You can change the data volume directories of the containers on docker.compose.yml .
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oobeya-mongo:
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image: "mongo:3.6.0"
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restart: "on-failure"
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ports: - "27017:27017"
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container_name: "oobeya-mongo"
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volumes:
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- ~/docker/volume/qa-dashboard/mongo:/data/db
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TROUBLESHOOTING

Windows Docker Settings

If you have some problems with docker resources open Docker Desktop and set resources as below:

NEXT STEPS
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If you consider upgrading your edition to use Oobeya with unlimited features, contact us!