At the moment I am trying to install Omero, as it looks like a great system for image data management.
If I understand it correctly, there are multiple ways to install Omero. One of them is with Docker as described here: https://ome.github.io/training-docker/10-officialomero/. For this proof-of-concept, I decided to just use the default settings and use the script as is. So a docker container is running for the postgressSQL server, Omero-serber and the Omero-web app.
docker network create my-omero-network
docker run -d --name my-db-server --network my-omero-network -e POSTGRES_USER=omero -e POSTGRES_DB=omero -e POSTGRES_PASSWORD=SeCrEtPaSsWoRd postgres:9.6
docker run -it --rm centos ping my-db-server
docker run -d --name my-omero-server --network my-omero-network -e CONFIG_omero_db_host=my-db-server -e CONFIG_omero_db_user=omero -e CONFIG_omero_db_pass=SeCrEtPaSsWoRd -e CONFIG_omero_db_name=omero -e ROOTPASS=omero-root-password -p 4063:4063 -p 4064:4064 openmicroscopy/omero-server:5.4.0
docker logs -f my-omero-server
docker run -d --name my-omero-web-standalone --network my-omero-network -e OMEROHOST=my-omero-server -p 4081:4080 openmicroscopy/omero-web-standalone:master
docker logs -f my-omero-web-standalone
The docker-containers are running, and when visiting the http://localhost:4081 the login-page occurs. However, I was wondering which of the logins is actually the one to be used. As there are multiple, as so far I did not manage to login yet.
Any other input to make Omero work is welcome too, and thanks in advance for helping. I can share the docker-logs if that helps.