[GeoNode-users] installing geonode/geoserver docker image in production

Matteo De Stefano matteo.destefano at nina.no
Thu Aug 17 23:46:28 PDT 2017

Dear GeoNode community,

I'm installing a 2.6 GeoNode instance in production with multi-tenancy (geosites) on Ubuntu server, with gunicorn and nginx. I'm custom installing it.

The Django side is up and running now. For testing, I run it with paver in localhost, and everything is ok.

Now only Geoserver is missing (in production). I was thinking about installing Geoserver using the geonode/geoserver docker image, available here: [1] I'm learning about docker now.

My question is:
Do you think it is a good idea to have GeoNode installed manually for production, and just Geoserver (and the data directory) as a docker image? Are you aware of any drawback in such approach?

Thank you,


[1] https://hub.docker.com/r/geonode/geoserver/

Matteo De Stefano
Data Scientist and GIS Developer

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