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version: "2.0"
services:
    nginx-proxy:
        image: jwilder/nginx-proxy:alpine
        container_name: nginx-proxy
        restart: unless-stopped
        network_mode: bridge
        ports:
            - 80:80
            - 443:443
        volumes:
            - ./ssl:/etc/nginx/certs
            - /var/run/docker.sock:/tmp/docker.sock:ro
        environment:
            - ENABLE_IPV6=true
    hub:
        #restarts Docker container when stopped for unexpected reason
        restart: unless-stopped
        network_mode: bridge
        image: jetbrains/hub:2018.1.8691
        container_name: hub-server-instance
        expose:
            - 8080
        environment:
            - VIRTUAL_HOST=hub.dmz
            - VIRTUAL_PORT=443
            - HSTS=off
        volumes:
            - "/opt/jetbrains/hub/data/:/opt/hub/data"
            - "/opt/jetbrains/hub/conf/:/opt/hub/conf"
            - "/opt/jetbrains/hub/logs/:/opt/hub/logs"
            - "/opt/jetbrains/hub/backups/:/opt/hub/backups"
    upsource:
        restart: unless-stopped
        network_mode: bridge
        image: jetbrains/upsource:2017.3.2774
        container_name: upsource-server-instance
        expose:
            - 8080
        environment:
            - VIRTUAL_HOST=us.dmz
            - VIRTUAL_PORT=443
            - HSTS=off
        volumes:
            - "/opt/jetbrains/upsource/data/:/opt/upsource/data"
            - "/opt/jetbrains/upsource/conf/:/opt/upsource/conf"
            - "/opt/jetbrains/upsource/logs/:/opt/upsource/logs"
            - "/opt/jetbrains/upsource/backups/:/opt/upsource/backups"
    teamcity:
        restart: unless-stopped
        network_mode: bridge
        image: jetbrains/teamcity-server
        container_name: teamcity-server-instance
        expose:
            - 8111
        environment:
            - VIRTUAL_HOST=tc.dmz
            - VIRTUAL_PORT=443
            - HSTS=off
        volumes:
            - "/opt/jetbrains/teamcity/data/:/data/teamcity_server/datadir"
            - "/opt/jetbrains/teamcity/logs/:/opt/teamcity/logs"
    teamcity_agent_1:
        service: teamcity_agent
        links:
            - "teamcity:teamcity"
        restart: unless-stopped
        network_mode: bridge
        build:
        context: ./teamcity_agent/
        dockerfile: agent.Dockerfile
        environment:
        SERVER_URL: teamcity:8111
        AGENT_NAME: "agent_1"
        volumes:
            - "/opt/jetbrains/teamcity_agent/config:/data/config"
            - "/opt/jetbrains/teamcity/data/teamcity_agent_1/:/data/teamcity_agent/conf"
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Hi WIll,

This is actually working for you? I am new to this and I don't know how to do it in order to work.

I face this problems:
- I am using this on windows so how do I access the hub, upsource or teamcity sites in browser? I should change the hosts file for redirecting hub.dmz to localhost for example?
- after setting up the hub how can I point the other apps to use it? http://hub.dmz:8001/hub doesn't seems to work.

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ehm, well, this is a part of what I ended up with .. but it should work .

Difference is that I use different domain names than those given in this file (see VIRTUAL_HOST=... settings) .

And I have ssl-certificates for those domain names in a directory called ssl, for the proxy to use .

Another thing may be that you need to start the proxy first and than the other services .

I am on a linux system, I don't know whether the volumes will work on windows .

Of course the domain names need to be resolvable, you could try this by putting us.dmz, tc.dmz et cetera in your /etc/hosts, pointing to your the ip address of the docker bridge network.

The part for the teamcity_agent seems to have some issues with indenting. If you don't have a custom Dockerfile for the agent(s), you could change the build-part to image: jetbrains/teamcity-agent (or miniminal-agent).

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Thanks for the answer. I will give it a try.

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I know this is kinda old at this point, and I apologize for resurrecting, but I'm currenting looking for the same and wondering if you guys have an up-to-date version?

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Some guide to Setup a full Docker Stack with all the Team Tools working with each other would be really usefull.

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