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| rowspan="2" | [[gdal]] || <code>geodata/gdal</code> || [https://github.com/geo-data GeoData Institute], 3rd party || https://github.com/geo-data/gdal-docker || build specific versions of gdal from source, see [https://hub.docker.com/r/geodata/gdal/tags/ tags] || - || <code>ubuntu:trusty</code> || some forks, e.g. [https://hub.docker.com/r/geometalab/gdal-debian/ geometalab], compare on GitHub before use
| rowspan="3" | [[gdal]] || <code>osgeo/gdal</code> || [https://gdal.org/ GDAL maintainers] || https://hub.docker.com/r/osgeo/gdal<br/>https://github.com/OSGeo/gdal/tree/master/gdal/docker || - || X/MIT || <code>ubuntu:20.04</code><br/><code>alpine</code> || -
| <code>geodata/gdal</code> || [https://github.com/geo-data GeoData Institute], 3rd party || https://github.com/geo-data/gdal-docker || build specific versions of gdal from source, see [https://hub.docker.com/r/geodata/gdal/tags/ tags] || - || <code>ubuntu:trusty</code> || some forks, e.g. [https://hub.docker.com/r/geometalab/gdal-debian/ geometalab], compare on GitHub before use
| <code>spara/gdal_ef</code> || 3rd party || https://github.com/spara/gdal-docker || demo FOSS4G-NA 2016 || - || <code>ubuntu:trusty</code> || -
| <code>spara/gdal_ef</code> || 3rd party || https://github.com/spara/gdal-docker || demo FOSS4G-NA 2016 || - || <code>ubuntu:trusty</code> || -

Latest revision as of 08:24, 17 November 2020

The goal of this list is to provide an overview of OSGeo-related Docker images to leverage the advantages of containerization across the geoinformatics communities.

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Project Image on Hub Maintainer Link Specific goals / target users? License Base image Comments
Cartaro geops/cartaro Cartaro https://www.drupal.org/node/2579221 - - ubuntu:14.04 good docs, works
Deegree deegree/deegree3-docker Deegree TMC https://github.com/deegree/deegree3-docker - - tomcat:8.5-jre8 (which is debian:stretch) -
Deegree tfr42/deegree tfr42 https://github.com/tfr42/deegree-docker - - tomcat:8-jre7 and java:8 (which is debian:jessie) also docker-compose with PostGIS, FOSS4G workshop documentation
geoblacklight geoblacklight/geoblacklight GeoBlacklight https://github.com/geoblacklight/geoblacklight-docker - - rails:4.2.3 detailed instructions, including image with test data; see also docker-compose configuration and open at http://localhost/catalog
geogig kartoza/geogig kartoza/Tim Sutton, 3rd party https://github.com/kartoza/docker-geogig - - ubuntu:14.04 clear instructions; untested
geogig server and cli jasoncallaway/geogig-server and jasoncallaway/geogig-cli Jason Callaway, 3rd party https://github.com/jason-callaway - - centos:latest under development, untested
GeoMOOSE Build yourself GeoMOOSE https://github.com/geomoose/docker-geomoose demo and [http://www.geomoose.org/releases/2.9.0.html#release development environment} MIT ubuntu:trusty must build yourself, but very good documentation
GeoServer winsent/geoserver winsento/"ololoteam", independent https://bitbucket.org/ololoteam/geoserver-docker unclear - production? - uses Oracle Java; well documented
oscarfonts/geoserver Oscar Fonts, 3rd party https://github.com/oscarfonts/docker-geoserver/ oracle, h2, highly configurable, deploy AWS easily using Elastic Beanstalk MIT tomcat:9-jre8
Jupyter Notebook dcal12/python-geospatial Doug Callaway/DCAL12 https://github.com/DCAL12/docker-python-geospatial - jupyter/base-notebook:latest works, very small dockerfile but lacks docs/examples
mapcache pamtrak06/mapcache-ubuntu14.04 - https://github.com/pamtrak06/mapcache-ubuntu14.04 - - pamtrak06/ubuntu14.04-apache2-python ... untested
camptocamp/mapcache camptocamp https://github.com/camptocamp/docker-mapcache - - debian:stable ... untested
MapFish Print unknownlighter/mapfish-print Maintainer https://bitbucket.org/lighter/mapfish-print - - tomcat:8-jre7 No documentation, but just open http://localhost:8080/
MapGuide jumpinjackie/mapguide-base Jackie Ng https://github.com/jumpinjackie/mapguide-centos-docker as a base image? - centos:centos6 Dockerfile is missing command, run with docker run --rm -it -p 8008:8008 jumpinjackie/mapguide-base /usr/bin/supervisord, but only shows error
MapServer geodata/mapserver GeoData Institute, 3rd party https://github.com/geo-data/mapserver-docker mapserver with a "broad range of options enabled including a comprehensive GDAL library" - geodata/gdal:latest good instructions
neo4j-spatial jeffreyjharris/docker-neo4j-spatial Kenny Bastani, 3rd party https://github.com/jeffreyjharris/docker-neo4j-spatial - - java:openjdk-8-jdk open at <http://localhost:7474/browser/>; extension/fork of kbastani/docker-neo4j
PostGIS mdillon/postgis Mike Dillon/Appropriate Computing https://github.com/md5/docker-postgis - file LICENSE postgres:9.5 simple and good
neowaylabs/postgis NeowayLabs, 3rd party https://github.com/NeowayLabs/docker-postgis - License neowaylabs/baseimage installs from http://apt.postgresql...
camptocamp/postgis capmtocamp, 3rd party https://github.com/camptocamp/docker-postgis base image for own configuration - postgres:9.5 installs from sources, documentation recommends usage as a base image
kartoza/postgis kartoza/Tim Sutton, 3rd party https://github.com/kartoza/docker-postgis Ready to run PostGIS geospatial databaseg - debian:stable installs from http://apt.postgresql
QGIS Desktop kartoza/qgis-desktop kartoza/Tim Sutton, 3rd party https://github.com/kartoza/docker-qgis-desktop complete replacement for usage on Desktop, see http://kartoza.com/qgis-desktop-in-docker/ - kartoza/qgis-base good instructions, including docker-compose with a postgis server; QGIS community is on Docker Hub but not with a QGIS image
timcera/qgis-desktop-ubuntu timcera, 3rd party https://github.com/timcera/qgis-desktop-ubuntu "Instead of compiling, this image is [..] latest QGIS" - ubuntu:xenial and UbuntuGIS repos instructions for run script including mounting as setting user, untested but looks promising
elpaso/qgis-testing-environment elpase, 3rd party - Simple container for testing QGIS Desktop and for executing unit tests inside a real QGIS instance - ? incl. instructions for running on Travis, uses xhost forwarding (dont forget to xhost - when youre done)
QGIS Server kartoza/qgis-server kartoza/Tim Sutton https://github.com/kartoza/docker-qgis-server complete replacement for usage on Desktop, see http://kartoza.com/qgis-desktop-in-docker/ - kartoza/qgis-desktop good instructions
kartoza/qgis-server kartoza, 3rd party https://github.com/kartoza/docker-qgis-server A simple docker container that runs QGIS Server - kartoza/qgis-desktop -
QGIS MapServer + web client opengisch/qgis-server-webclient opengis.ch, 3rd party https://github.com/opengisch/docker-qgis-server-webclient - - debian:stable QGIS community is on Docker Hub but not with a QGIS image
tileserver-mapnik klokantech/tileserver-mapnik klokantech https://github.com/klokantech/tileserver-mapnik Mapnik based map tileserver generating raster tiles from MapBox Studio project & custom vector tiles file License node:0.10 installation instructions just refer to the Dockerfile - nice! see instructions by osm2vectortiles
gdal osgeo/gdal GDAL maintainers https://hub.docker.com/r/osgeo/gdal
- X/MIT ubuntu:20.04
geodata/gdal GeoData Institute, 3rd party https://github.com/geo-data/gdal-docker build specific versions of gdal from source, see tags - ubuntu:trusty some forks, e.g. geometalab, compare on GitHub before use
spara/gdal_ef 3rd party https://github.com/spara/gdal-docker demo FOSS4G-NA 2016 - ubuntu:trusty -
pdal pdal/pdal PDAL maintainers http://www.pdal.io/workshop/docker.html PDAL stands on the shoulders of giants. It uses GDAL, GEOS, and many other dependencies. Because of this, it is very challenging to build it yourself. We could easily burn an entire workshop learning the esoteric build miseries of PDAL and all of its dependencies. Fortunately, Docker will allow us to use a fully-featured known configuration to run our examples and exercises without having to suffer so much. License pdal/dependencies, which is based on ubuntu:15.04 great docs; build libs from source;
saga ntonshevtsov/saga-gis - - - - no Dockerfile, but works! Use xhost + before and xhost - after
GRASS GIS OSGeo/grass GRASS GIS maintainers https://github.com/OSGeo/grass/blob/master/docker/ complete GRASS GIS 7.8+ with PDAL GPL 2+ ubuntu:18.04 current dockerhub builds, good instructions at https://github.com/OSGeo/grass/blob/master/README.md#docker
opticks toddstavish/opticks Todd Stavish https://github.com/toddstavish/Dockerfiles - - ubuntu:15.04 run with docker run -i -t -v /tmp/.X11-unix:/tmp/.X11-unix -e DISPLAY=unix$DISPLAY -v $(pwd)/tmp:/home/data toddstavish/opticks
tclarke/opticks Trevor R.H. Clarke/Opticks https://github.com/tclarke/opticks-docker - - centos:centos7 good documentation, error on run;
CartoDB sverhoeven/cartodb Stefan Verhoeven, 3rd party https://github.com/sverhoeven/docker-cartodb fully working cartodb development solution without the installation hassle. - ubuntu:14.04 large image; includes multiple "apps" (postgres, node, redis-server); use together with nginx proxy in container: https://hub.docker.com/r/spawnthink/cartodb-nginx/
akvo/akvo-provisioning Akvo, 3rd party https://github.com/akvo/akvo-provisioning/tree/develop/docker/cartodb what's needed to dockerize the five main components CartoDB - - multiple images, and docker-compose orchestration
Nominatim helvalius/nominatim-docker-development helvalius, 3rd party https://github.com/helvalius/nominatim-docker builds current master or development - ubuntu:14.04 includes PG database and apache2
mediagis/nominatim winsento/mediagis, 3rd party https://github.com/mediagis/nominatim-docker "100% working container" - ubuntu:trusty fork by cartography, test data is in Monaco
osmtools mediagis/osmtools winsento/mediagis, 3rd party https://github.com/mediagis/osmtools package CLI tools osmconvert, osmfilter, osmupdate - ubuntu:latest fork by cartography
osrm (Frontend, Backend) cartography/osrm-backend-docker and docker pull cartography/osrm-frontend-docker Project-OSRM http://project-osrm.org/ - LICENSE.txt ubuntu:trusty untested, documentation seems good
osmosis farberg/openstreetmap-osmosis-docker Dennis Pfisterer https://github.com/pfisterer/openstreetmap-osmosis-docker - - debian:jessie not much, but works
ferimer/osmosis Ferimer https://github.com/ferimer/docker-osmosis - - debian:latest not much, but works; "latest" tag missing, not well maintained
osmosis + Jenkins henkel/jenkins-slave-osmosis Philipp Henkel https://github.com/henkel/jenkins-slave-osmosis presumably for automation? - debian:latest untested (quite specific use case)
osm2pgsql openfirmware/osm2pgsql James Badger/openfirmware https://github.com/openfirmware/docker-osm2pgsql A Docker image with osm2pgsql, the tool for importing OpenStreetMap data into a Postgresql database. - debian:wheezy many images exist, untested, could profit from docs including postgres
OSM-ready postgres openfirmware/postgres-osm James Badger/openfirmware The base postgres image from Docker with extensions for importing OpenStreetMap data. - postgres:9.3.6 README says it is unfinished
r-spatial achubaty/r-spatial-base and achubaty/r-spatial-devel Alex Chubaty https://github.com/achubaty/rocker-files extend Rocker base image with spatial packages License rocker/r-base:latest respectively rocker/r-devel:latest -
ubuntugis-docker javimarlop/ubuntugis-docker Martinez-Lopez Javier, 3rd party https://github.com/javimarlop/ubuntugis-docker VM using Docker for Geospatial Analysis - ubuntu:14.04 untested; really installs a lot of stuff, not best use of Docker
mapnik mapsquare/mapnik3 mapsquare https://github.com/jawg/docker-mapnik3 - - debian:jessie versions as tags; untested, partial instructions only
GeoNode openmarble/arch-geonode Maintainer https://github.com/OpenMarble/geomelting - - openmarble/arch-imaging:latest lacking documentation, run with docker run -it --rm -p 8000:8000 -p 8080:8080 openmarble/arch-geonode and open GeoNode at http://localhost:8000/ (login with admin/admin) or GeoServer at http://localhost:8080/geoserver/web/
geosuite devdattat/docker-opengeosuite Devdatta Tengshe https://github.com/devdattaT/docker-OpenGeoSuite - MIT ubuntu:14.04 incomplete instructions; Dockerfile has no start command... cannot work
cesium terrain server and cesium.js geodata/cesium-terrain-server GeoData Institute, 3rd party https://github.com/geo-data/cesium-terrain-server - - phusion/baseimage:0.9.15 (Ubuntu 14.04 Trusty Tahr) good documentation, untested because tiles must be created first
GeoNetwork oscarfonts/geonetwork Oscar Fonts (geomati.co) https://github.com/oscarfonts/docker-geonetwork - - tomcat:8-jre8 reasonable documetation, newer fork of elitojordan, open at http://localhost:8888/geonetwork
geonetwork Official /Joana Simoes, GeoCat https://github.com/geonetwork/docker-geonetwork
  • First-time users: try GeoNetwork;
  • Advanced users: Run specific version of GeoNetwork, with an external PostgreSQL DB backend
Specified on the README file tomcat:8 Follows the best practices for official Docker images. Official documentation here.
landsat-util developmentseed/landsat-util developmentseed https://pythonhosted.org/landsat-util/installation.html?highlight=docker#docker - - ubuntu:14.04 has several related images, see https://hub.docker.com/u/developmentseed/
opendronemap opendronemap/opendronemap OpenDroneMap https://github.com/OpenDroneMap/OpenDroneMap OpenDroneMap is a tool to postprocess drone, balloon, kite, and street view data to geographic data. - ubuntu:14.04 not tested, but good documentation available

pycsw geocontainer/pycsw Geocontainers https://github.com/geocontainers/dockerfiles - - alpine:3.4 very short documenation only, simply open CSW Capabilities at http://<ip>/
birdhouse/pycsw Birdhouse https://github.com/bird-house/birdhouse-playground - - birdhouse/bird-base:latest no docs; only pycsw 1.10.3, but Capabilities available at http://<ip>:8082/csw?service=CSW&request=GetCapabilities
datagov/catalog-pycsw U.S. General Services Administration datagov/catalog-pycsw production use for catalog.data.gov - ubuntu:14.04 tailored to their installation, docs lacking; run with and should be available at http://<ip>/csw - does not work!
axiom/docker-pycsw Axiom Data Science https://github.com/axiom-data-science/docker-pycsw testing as well as production - phusion/baseimage:0.9.18 (Ubuntu++) good documentation, currently not working
pyWPS4-demo geocontainer/pywps/4/pywps-demo Geocontainers https://github.com/geocontainers/dockerfiles - MIT alpine/latest Good docs https://pywps.readthedocs.io/en/latest/
Zoo-Project yoms/zoo-project yomd https://github.com/yoms/zoo-project - file LICENSE centos:6.7 no documentation, seems to start but don't know where to look next
Team Engine tfr42/teamengine tfr42 https://hub.docker.com/r/tfr42/teamengine/ - - - Dockerfile missing, but good instructions
52°North WPS ciwater/n52wps Tethys Platform, 3rd party https://github.com/CI-WATER/tethys_docker 52 North Web Processing Service with GRASS and Sextante backends enabled. - ubuntu:14.04 good instructions, several processing backends included
zuncle/52n-wps Xavier Thomas, 3rd party https://bitbucket.org/zuncle/docker - - zuncle/tomcat8-oracle-java8 installs from source using Maven
geocontainers/52n-wps Geocontainers https://github.com/geocontainers/dockerfiles/tree/master/52n-wps ? - tomcat:9 -
52°North SOS - - - - - - only makes sense when using compose file, which includes PostGIS, work in progess at https://github.com/geocontainers/dockerfiles/issues/4
epsg.io klokantech/epsg.io klokantech https://github.com/klokantech/epsg.io - file LICENSE klokantech/gdal:1.11 Run with -p 8080:8080 to open at <http://localhost:8080/> Run a clone in you local network
osm2vectortiles multiple osm2vectortiles https://hub.docker.com/r/osm2vectortiles/ - - multiple see also tileserver-mapnik by klokantech