Indy Getting Started

Running getting-started with docker-compose


Clone the indy-sdk: git clone Navigate to the getting started folder `cd indy-sdk/docs/getting-started

docker and docker-compose should be installed.


Run docker in the getting-started folder: docker-compose up

The command above will create getting-started (the jupyter notebook) and indy_pool (collection of the validator nodes) images if they hasn’t been done yet, create containers and run them.The validators run by default on IP, this can be changed by changing pool_ip in the docker-compose file.To get Jupyter click on the link in output (it must have following format: )


docker-compose down The command above will stop and delete created network and containers.

Trouble Shooting

If demo gives an error when executing in Jupyter check Trouble Shooting Guide.