For the best experience using Docker, we recommend following the guidelines outlined here.
Follow the official instructions to install Docker and Docker Compose:
Increase Docker Resources
Because many of our Docker-based demos leverage a large number of pieces of infrastructure, we recommend running Docker with at least 2 CPUs and 8 GB of memory.
Open Docker for Mac‘s Preferences window.
Move the CPUs slider to at least 2.
Move the Memory slider to at least 8.00 GB.
Click Apply & Restart.
Note that on Linux, Docker automatically shares memory with the host machines; as long as your host machine has more than 8 GB of memory, you shouldn’t run into issues.
mzcompose wrapper script
Materialize’s Docker Compose configurations do not work directly with the
docker-compose command, but require a thin wrapper called
You will need Python 3.5+ to run
mzcompose. This is installed by default on recent versions of macOS and most
mzcompose wrapper accepts all the same arguments and options as
docker-compose. Use it just as you would
$ cd demo/http_logs $ ./mzcompose up -d # replaces `docker-compose up -d`