These steps describe a quick local setup. They are not suitable for most production use-cases because they keep all data inside containers.
Store the following in the
postgrescontainer runs PostgreSQL that would store data.
Start services with
docker-compose up -d.
If you have
mongoshinstalled, just run it to connect to FerretDB. If not, run the following command to run
mongoshinside the temporary MongoDB container, attaching to the same Docker network:
docker run --rm -it --network=ferretdb --entrypoint=mongosh mongo mongodb://ferretdb/
You can also install with FerretDB with the
provided for each release.