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# Yes. We love Python!
def start_provider(provider_id, gateway_port, admin_port ):
docker_client = docker.Client(base_url='unix://var/run/docker.sock',
version='1.6',
timeout=100)
# start a docker container for consuming gateway data at gateway_port
start_command = 'python software/remote_server.py ' + provider_id
remote_server = docker_client.create_container('flux7/labs', # docker image
command=start_command, # start command contains the keyspace parameter, keyspace is the provider_id
name='remote_server_' + provider_id, # name the container, name is provider_id
ports=[(6000, 'tcp'),]) # open port for binding, remote_server.py listens at 6000
docker_client.start(remote_server,
port_bindings={6000: ('0.0.0.0', gateway_port)},
links={'db': 'cassandra'})
# start a docker container for serving admin panel at admin_port
start_command = 'python software/flask_app.py ' + provider_id
remote_server = docker_client.create_container('flux7/labs', # docker image
command=start_command, # start command contains the keyspace parameter, keyspace is the provider_id
name='admin_panel_' + provider_id, # name the container, name is provider_id
ports=[(80, 'tcp'),]) # open port for binding, remote_server.py listens at 6000
docker_client.start(remote_server,
port_bindings={80: ('0.0.0.0',admin_port)},
links={'db': 'cassandra'})
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