Introduction - Tuleap on Docker

What for ?

Tuleap delivers two different images:

The Tuleap Community Edition docker image allows you to test Tuleap quickly by skipping the installation and customization part. It gives you a fully working Tuleap in minutes with everything preconfigured with sensible defaults. That’s the recommended way to install Tuleap, especially if you just want to give it a try.

The Tuleap Enterprise Edition docker image brings a persistent way to keep Tuleap at home. It allows you to not be bothered by different OS migrations and the like.


You need docker on your host. You might want docker-compose as well.

The following sections assume that you are going to run the Tuleap container as the only “visible” container on the server. That means that Tuleap web container will publish it’s ports (80, 443 and 22) on hosts ports.

External Dependencies

The image has two dependencies:

  • A working database with admin credentials (at first run only)

  • A persistent filesystem for data storage