django-pyas2 can easily be run as a docker container. Following instruction can be used to configure a Dockerfile for the application.

The assumption is that a directory containtain the django-project exists already, as described in the installation section. Create a Dockerfile in the project path and the directory should look as follows:

    ├── django_pyas2
    │   ├── db.sqlite3
    │   ├──
    │   └── django_pyas2
    │       ├──
    │       ├──
    │       └──
    └── Dockerfile

Populate the Dockerfile with following content:

FROM python:3.7-alpine3.9

# Update the index of available packages
RUN apk update

# Install packages required for Python cryptography
RUN apk add --no-cache openssl-dev gcc libffi-dev musl-dev

# Install django-pyas2 with pip
RUN pip install django-pyas2

# Copy the files from the project directory to the container
COPY django_pyas2 django_pyas2
CMD ["/usr/local/bin/python", "/django_pyas2/", "runserver", ""]

# AS2 Server

Then build and run the container from the command line as follows:

$ docker build -t docker_pyas2 . && docker run -p 8000:8000 docker_pyas2

In case the files on the host file system should be used, connect the directory to the host by running to docker run command with the -v option:

$ docker build -t docker_pyas2 . && docker run -p 8000:8000 -v $PWD/django_pyas2:/django_pyas2 docker_pyas2