How to get started with UTS

How to use the Ultra Time Series Docker image

You have decided to explore the features and possibilities that UltraTimeSeries can bring. Great!
You can find the UTS image at Docker. To get started, please go ahead and follow the steps below.

Download and install Docker

Please download and Install Docker from


Get the TwoImpulse UltraTimeSeries image

On your console, use the following steps:

  • docker pull twoimpulse/ultratimeseries:latest – The latest image of UltraTimeSeries is being downloaded from Docker Hub to your local machine.

  • Create a local folder pkdb where UltraTimeSeries can store it´s database files in.
    mkdir pkdb


Run the UltraTimeSeries Docker Image

  • docker run -p 8080:8080 -d --name=<choose a container name> -v <path to pkdb folder>/pkdb/:/pkdb twoimpulse/ultratimeseries:latest

– You can freely chose <choose a container name> so you can reference your container more easily.
– If you want to use a particular version of UltraTimeSeries, replace latest by the version you want to run.
– By default, UltraTimeSeries will be accessible on the host system on port 8080. If you want to use a different port, please specify it. You may have a look at the reference for port mappings:

Please be aware that UltraTimeSeries is currently not supported on Docker with Apple M1 Silicon chipset.

Accessing UltraTimeSeries administration interface

In your browser, please open http://localhost:8080 or the port you specified instead of 8080.

You should see the UltraTimeSeries login page where you can login with the following credentials
username: admin
password: ultratimeseries

UltraTimeSeries developer documentation

The UltraTimeSeries developer and API documentation can be found here: