Quick Start with open source

Here's how you can install & get started with Kenobi

To get started, you can sign up on our website or install in your own environment using our open source repository. Here are the steps to get started:

Step 0 -- Clone our repo in your environment.

Step 1 -- Deploy Docker

To deploy Kenobi in your own environment, run the following on a Linux machine with Docker (recommended 8GB memory):

/bin/bash docker_deploy.sh

Step 2

Post this, you can use the platform on port 80 on your host IP address. Use the following credentials for login:

Username -> [email protected]
Password -> password

Take note of the deployment hostname/IP and note the API token from the API Keys section in your portal. They will be handy when setting up integration for sending events.

Doctor Droid's open source deployment is reasonably scalable due to its micro-service architecture. In case you see difficulties in scaling it, reach out to us at [email protected] and we'll help you.

Step 3: Creating sample events

You can run the in-built script for a basic payments workflow in an ecommerce company. Once your deployment is setup, set the following environment variables:

export HOST_URL=\<your_deployment_ip_or_hostname> # Add http or https in it without the trailing slash  
export API_TOKEN=\<your_api_key>
/bin/bash events_publish.sh

After your events start coming in, you can check them in the Search section.

Sounds useful?

Play around in demo environment --> https://sandbox.drdroid.io/