By default Supervisely starts on port 80 without HTTPS. While it's fine for internal usage, sometimes you need to provide access to Supervisely over internet. In that case using HTTPS is highly recommended.
This guide will help you to run Supervisely over HTTPS.
Option 1. Built-in SSL support¶
As an entrypoint we share
proxy docker service based on nginx on host port 80. To enable https support you simply need to share certs as a volume from host.
Create a new file
docker-compose.override.yml in the folder with
docker-compose.yml configuration with the following content:
version: '2.2' services: proxy: ports: - 443:443/tcp volumes: - /etc/letsencrypt/live/yourdomain/fullchain.pem:/etc/nginx/certs/default.cert - /etc/letsencrypt/live/yourdomain/privkey.pem:/etc/nginx/certs/default.key
/etc/letsencrypt/live/yourdomain is a path to your SSL certs (in example above we use letsencrypt default location).
proxy by running
docker-compose up -d proxy command. It will detect your certs and automatically switch to HTTPS mode.
docker-compose.override.yml instead of modifying so that your changes will persists after upgrade.
If you try to access Supervisely over HTTP, you will be automatically redirected to the HTTPS version
Option 2. Setup reverse-proxy¶
If, for some reason, you built-in Supervisely proxy doesn't meet your needs, you can run a reverse-proxy server in front of Supervisely. For example, you can use docker-ssl-proxy to achieve that.
Because we use long-polling to communicate with agents you also need the request timeouts to be set higher. For example, for nginx we suggest the following additional lines:
proxy_http_version 1.1; proxy_buffering off; proxy_request_buffering off; client_max_body_size 0; proxy_send_timeout 3600; proxy_read_timeout 3600; send_timeout 3600;