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Install Panopta OnSight via Docker
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Deploying the OnSight vCollector via Docker allows you to easily integrate the OnSight into your environment via the deployment model your organization prefers.

Deployment

  1. Run the following command to download the Onsight vCollector Docker container. 
    Python
    docker pull panopta/onsight-vcollector

  2. Enter the following command to start the container. Replace the customer_key variable with your own:
    Python
    docker run -d --shm-size 1G -p 80:80/tcp -p 443:443/tcp -p 8443:8443/tcp -p 161:161/udp -e "customer_key=abc-def-123-456" panopta/onsight-vcollector

Optional variables

You can read more about the variables here. For each variable you pass in, you need to include -e before it, for example: 

Python
-e "customer_key=abc-def-123-456" -e "appliance_key=3333-444-sss"

Variable
Description
appliance_name
The name of your appliance
appliance_keyYour OnSight key (if replacing an existing OnSight)
customer_key
Your customer key
server_group
The server group to put the appliance in
appliance_group
Appliance group for the appliance
alert_timeline
The Alert Timeline the OnSight should use
agent_proxy
The Agent proxy to use