🛳️Install with Docker

Xtreme1 can be installed via Docker.

Make sure you have Docker installed on your machine. It is recommended to use the latest version.


Operating System Requirements

Any OS can install the Xtreme1 platform with Docker Compose (installing Docker Desktop on Mac, Windows, and Linux devices). On the Linux server, you can install Docker Engine with Docker Compose Plugin.

Hardware Requirements

ComponentRecommended configuration


AMD64 or ARM64


2GB or higher

Hard Drive

10GB+ free disk space (depends on data size)

Software Requirements

For Mac, Windows, and Linux with desktop:


Docker Desktop

4.1 or newer

For Linux server:


Docker Engine

20.10 or newer

Docker Compose Plugin

2.0 or newer

⚠️ (Built-in) Models Deployment Requirements

Two built-in models only can be running on Linux server with NVIDIA Driver and NVIDIA Container Toolkit.

ComponentRecommended configuration


NVIDIA Tesla T4 or other similar NVIDIA GPU


6G or higher


4G or higher

Download package

Download the latest release package and unzip it.

Or using the following command:

wget https://github.com/xtreme1-io/xtreme1/releases/download/v0.7.2/xtreme1-v0.7.2.zip
unzip -d xtreme1-v0.7.2 xtreme1-v0.7.2.zip

Start all services

Enter into the release package directory, and execute the following command to start all services. It needs a few minutes to initialize database and prepare a test dataset.

docker compose up

Visit http://localhost:8190 in the browser (Google Chrome is recommended) to try out Xtreme1!

You can replace localhost with IP address if you want to access from another machine.

Docker Compose advanced commands

# Start in the foreground.
docker compose up

# Or add -d option to run in the background.
docker compose up -d

# When finished, you can start or stop all or specific services.

docker compose start
docker compose stop

# Stop all services and delete all containers, but data volumes will be kept.
docker compose down

# Danger! Delete all volumes. All data in MySQL, Redis and MinIO. 
docker compose down -v

Docker compose will pull all service images from Docker Hub, including basic services MySQL, Redis, MinIO, and application services backend, frontend. You can find the username, password, hot binding port to access MySQL, Redis and MinIO in docker-compose.yml. For example you can access MinIO console at http://localhost:8194. We use Docker volume to save data, so you won't lose any data between container recreating.

Enable model services

Make sure you have installed NVIDIA Driver and NVIDIA Container Toolkit. There is no need to install the CUDA Toolkit, as it is already contained in the model image.

# You need set "default-runtime" as "nvidia" in /etc/docker/daemon.json and restart docker to enable NVIDIA Container Toolkit
  "runtimes": {
    "nvidia": {
      "path": "nvidia-container-runtime",
      "runtimeArgs": []
  "default-runtime": "nvidia"

Running docker images on ARM architecture machines

⚠️ Please note that certain Docker images, including MySQL, may not be compatible with the ARM architecture. In case your computer is based on an ARM CPU (e.g. Apple M1), you can create a Docker Compose override file called docker-compose.override.yml and include the following content. While this method uses QEMU emulation to enforce the use of the ARM64 image on the ARM64 platform, it may impact performance.

    platform: linux/amd64

Got 2 minutes? Check out a video tutorial of our product installation:

If you face additional issues, please let us know.

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