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Launch DevLake​

  • Commands written like this are to be run in your terminal.
  1. Download docker-compose.yml and env.example from latest release page into a folder.
  2. Rename env.example to .env. For Mac/Linux users, please run mv env.example .env in the terminal.
  3. Run docker-compose up -d to launch DevLake.

Configure data connections and collect data​

  1. Visit config-ui at http://localhost:4000 in your browser to configure data connections.
    • Navigate to desired plugins on the Integrations page
    • Please reference the following for more details on how to configure each one:
    • Submit the form to update the values by clicking on the Save Connection button on each form page
    • devlake takes a while to fully boot up. if config-ui complaining about api being unreachable, please wait a few seconds and try refreshing the page.
  2. Create pipelines to trigger data collection in config-ui
  3. Click View Dashboards button in the top left when done, or visit localhost:3002 (username: admin, password: admin).
    • We use Grafana as a visualization tool to build charts for the data stored in our database.
    • Using SQL queries, we can add panels to build, save, and edit customized dashboards.
    • All the details on provisioning and customizing a dashboard can be found in the Grafana Doc.
  4. To synchronize data periodically, users can set up recurring pipelines with DevLake's pipeline blueprint for details.

Upgrade to a newer version​

Support for database schema migration was introduced to DevLake in v0.10.0. From v0.10.0 onwards, users can upgrade their instance smoothly to a newer version. However, versions prior to v0.10.0 do not support upgrading to a newer version with a different database schema. We recommend users to deploy a new instance if needed.