In this page you will be guided through a basic installation of Automatron. If you wish to deploy Automatron within a container, you can skip this guide and follow the Docker deployment instructions.
This guide will walk through cloning the GitHub repository and starting an Automatron instance.
The below list is a set of base requirements for installing and running an Automatron instance.
- Python 2.7 or higher
- Python-dev Package
On Ubuntu systems these can be installed with the following command.
$ sudo apt-get install python2.7 python-dev \ python-pip redis-server \ nmap git libffi-dev \ build-essential libssl-dev
Once installed we can proceed to Automatron's installation
Clone from Github¶
The first installation step is to simply clone the current repository from GitHub using
git and change to the newly created directory.
$ git clone https://github.com/madflojo/automatron.git $ cd automatron
This will place the latest
master (production ready) branch into the
Install required python modules¶
The second installation step is to install the required python modules using the
$ sudo pip install -r requirements.txt $ sudo pip install honcho
With the above two steps complete, we can now move to Configuration.
In order to start Automatron you can simply execute the command below.
$ honcho start
To shut down Automatron you can use the
kill command to send the
SIGTERM signal to the running processes.
To view the Automatron dashboard simply open up
http://<instance ip>:8080 in your favorite browser. As target nodes are identified and runbooks are executed, events will start to be reflected on the dashboard.