Docker Usage

To run Flower via Docker, you’ll need a broker running. If you don’t have one, you can fire up a simple Redis instance with Docker from the official Redis image.

$ docker run –name localredis -p 6379:6379 –rm -d redis

Now, clone this repository, build flower from the Dockerfile, start the container and open http://localhost:49555

$ docker build -t "flower" .
$ docker run -d -p=49555:5555 --rm --name flower -e CELERY_BROKER_URL=redis:// flower flower --port=5555

For more information about running with Docker see