The Docker image also exposes a volume that can be easily mapped via higher-level Docker interfaces (Kitematic, Docker Cloud, etc.). This supports the ability to persist Node-RED configuration data external to the Docker container, allowing for upgrades of the Docker image without the loss of configuration information.
The Docker image has SSL enabled by default (use https://
) and will generate a self-signed certificate if a key-pair is not found on startup.
The default administrator credentials used to login to the console are admin/password. See the Node-RED security page for information on updating this password.
- 57 Downloads
OpenDXL Node-RED Docker Release (0.1.4)
- Updated DXL Node-RED extension to 0.1.3
- 55 Downloads
OpenDXL Node-RED Docker Release (0.1.3)
- Added SSL support (automatically generates self-signed certificate if key-pair is not present)
- Enabled authentication by default
- 59 Downloads
OpenDXL Node-RED Docker Release (0.1.2)
- Updated to use latest Node-RED DXL nodes
- Updated to install node-red config node by default
- 70 Downloads
OpenDXL Node-RED Docker Release (0.1.1)
- Updated to support Python including the ability to add new Python libraries.
- 72 Downloads
A Docker image that consists of the core Node-RED installation along with a set of standard OpenDXL Node-RED extensions