Hydra Router is a service-aware router which can direct HTTP and WebSocket message requests to registered services.

Trying Hydra-router

The easiest way to try hydra-router is to grab the ready-made Docker container.

$ docker pull flywheelsports/hydra-router

Although the above command will work we recommend that you visit https://hub.docker.com/r/flywheelsports/hydra-router/tags/ and pull a specific version such as:

$ docker pull flywheelsports/hydra-router:1.3.3

Running the container requires that you have a local instance of Redis running and that you identify your machine's IP address using ifconfig or the ipconfig tool on your machine.

$ docker rm -f hydra-router
$ docker run -d -p 5353:5353 --add-host host: --name hydra-router flywheelsports/hydra-router:1.3.3

You should then be able to point your web browser to and issue router request such as:

Pulling the latest docker container

Hydra-router docker images are stored here: https://hub.docker.com/r/flywheelsports/hydra-router/tags/

Building from source

You can also grab the hydra-router source code and use it locally.


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