openjdk-build - AdoptOpenJDK community common OpenJDK build scripts

  •        35

To override this behaviour, specify the -k or --keep options.



Related Projects

ansible-interactive-tutorial - Interactive Ansible tutorials with dead simple setup via Docker

  •    Shell starts 4 docker containers behind the scenes. 1 for running the tutorial itself and 3 as ansible nodes which behave exactly same as (virtual or physical) machines throughout the tutorial. ansible.tutorial is an alpine based tutorial container in which ansible and nutsh (a framework for creating interactive command line tutorials) are available.

openjdk - Docker Official Image packaging for Java (openJDK)

  •    Dockerfile

This is the Git repo of the Docker "Official Image" for openjdk (not to be confused with any official openjdk image provided by openjdk upstream). See the Docker Hub page for the full readme on how to use this Docker image and for information regarding contributing and issues. The full description from Docker Hub is generated over in docker-library/docs, specifically in docker-library/docs/openjdk.

ansible-docker-base - Ansible base Images for easy Ansible-Playbook-based Docker builds


These are base docker images that include Ansible.Ansible, Inc maintains these images so that people can easily build docker images from ansible playbooks.

ansible-container - Ansible Container is a tool to build Docker images and orchestrate containers using only Ansible playbooks

  •    Python

Ansible Container is a tool for building Docker images and orchestrating containers using Ansible playbooks.Creates a directory ansible with files to get you started. Read the comments, and edit to suit your needs.

PiCluster - Manage Docker Containers

  •    Javascript

PiCluster is a simple way to manage Docker containers on multiple hosts. Docker Swarm not that good and Kubernetes was too difficult to install currently on ARM. PiCluster will only build and run images from Dockerfile's on the host specified in the config file. This software will work on regular x86 hardware also and is not tied to ARM.

humpback - Quickly build lightweight docker cloud for enterprise user.


Quickly build lightweight docker cloud for enterprise user. Single Mode Single mode, which implements container management for a single group of hosts, providing container creation, container operations, container renaming, container upgrade and cloning, container monitoring, and container log output.

openvas-docker - A Docker container for Openvas

  •    Shell

A Docker container for OpenVAS on Ubuntu. By default, the latest images includes the OpenVAS Base as well as the NVTs and Certs required to run OpenVAS. We made the decision to move to 9 as the default branch since 8 seems to have many issues in docker. We suggest you use 9 as it is much more stable. Our Openvas9 build was designed to be a smaller image with fewer extras built in. Please note, OpenVAS 8 is no longer being built as OpenVAS 9 is now standard. The image is can still be pulled from the Docker hub, however the source has been removed in this github as is standard with deprecated Docker Images. In the output, look for the process scanning cert data. It contains a percentage.

Dry - A Docker container manager for the terminal

  •    Go

Dry is a terminal application to manage Docker. It shows information about Containers, Images and Networks, and, if running a Docker Swarm, it also shows all kinds of information about the state of the Swarm cluster. It can connect to both local or remote Docker daemons. Besides showing information, it can be used to manage Docker. Most of the commands that the official Docker CLI has, are available in dry with the same behaviour.

lcfs - LCFS Graph driver for Docker

  •    C

tl;dr: Every time you build, pull or destroy a Docker container, you are using a storage driver. Current storage drivers like Device Mapper, AUFS, and Overlay2 implement container behavior using file systems designed to run a full OS. We are open-sourcing a file system that is purpose-built for the container lifecycle. We call this new file system Layer Cloning File System (LCFS). Because it is designed only for containers, it is up to 2.5x faster to build an image and up to almost 2x faster to pull an image. We're looking forward to working with the container community to improve and expand this new tool. Layer Cloning FileSystem (LCFS) is a new filesystem purpose-built to be a Docker storage driver. All Docker images are constructed of layers using storage drivers (graph drivers) like AUFS, OverlayFS, and Device Mapper. As a design principle, LCFS focuses on layers as the first-class citizen. The LCFS filesystem operates directly on top of block devices, as opposed to merging separate filesystems. Thereby, LCFS aims to directly manage at the container image’s layer level, eliminate the overhead of having a second filesystem that then is merged, and to optimize for density.

gs-spring-boot-docker - Spring Boot with Docker :: Learn how to create a Docker container from a Spring Boot application with Maven or Gradle

  •    Java

This guide walks you through the process of building a Docker image for running a Spring Boot application. Docker is a Linux container management toolkit with a "social" aspect, allowing users to publish container images and consume those published by others. A Docker image is a recipe for running a containerized process, and in this guide we will build one for a simple Spring boot application.

Portainer - Simple management UI for Docker

  •    Javascript

Portainer is a lightweight management UI which allows you to easily manage your different Docker environments (Docker hosts or Swarm clusters). Portainer is meant to be as simple to deploy as it is to use. It consists of a single container that can run on any Docker engine (can be deployed as Linux container or a Windows native container). It allows you to manage your Docker containers, images, volumes, networks and more ! It is compatible with the standalone Docker engine and with Docker Swarm mode.

dockramp - A Client Driven Docker Image Builder

  •    Go

Docker 1.8.0 will introduce a new API endpoint for copying files and directories into a container. With this addition, anyone can now implement their own build system using the Docker Remote API. Dockramp is the first proof of concept for an alternative to docker build.Builds will no longer wait to begin while your client uploads a (sometimes large) context directory to the Docker daemon. In Dockramp, files and directories are only transfered when they need to be: on a COPY or EXTRACT instruction. You'll notice that builds start much faster than they ever would have using docker build.

rocker - R configurations for Docker

  •    Shell

This repository contains Dockerfiles for different Docker containers of interest to R users. To get started right away, ensure you have Docker installed and start a container with docker run --rm -ti rocker/r-base (see here for the docker run command options). In this case we are starting the r-base container (the base package to build from) in an interactive mode, see below for details of the other containers currently available. To get started on the rstudio container or its derivative containers (eg. hadleyverse and ropensci) you need to open a port, see the instructions in the wiki. The wiki also contains further instructions and information on the project, including how to extend these images and contribute to development.

werf - Werf (previously known as dapp) helps to implement and support Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery

  •    Go

Werf (previously known as Dapp) is made to implement and support Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery (CI/CD). Werf simplifies development of build scripts, reduces commit build time and automates deployment. It is designed to make engineer's work fast end efficient.

molecule - Molecule aids in the development and testing of Ansible roles.

  •    Python

Molecule is designed to aid in the development and testing of Ansible roles. Molecule provides support for testing with multiple instances, operating systems and distributions, virtualization providers, test frameworks and testing scenarios. Molecule is opinionated in order to encourage an approach that results in consistently developed roles that are well-written, easily understood and maintained. Molecule uses Ansible playbooks to exercise the role and its associated tests. Molecule supports any provider [1] that Ansible supports.


  •    Shell

Mission Statement: PlexGuide is an all-in-one media solution that deploys a Media Server through the use of your Local HD or Google Drive; serving as an unlimited back-end storage. PlexGuide utilizes Ansible and Docker to streamline your Media Server, while deploying multiple tools for your Server Operations.

dockership - dead simple docker deploy tool

  •    Go

Dockership is a tool for easily deploying Docker containers to one or multiple Docker servers. Nowadays we have many powerful tools for configuration management such as Puppet, Chef and Ansible even docker-based deployments tools like Deis. These tools are great for medium/big projects, but not optimal for small startups without a DevOps guy, and personal side projects.

awesome-docker - :whale: A curated list of Docker resources and projects

  •    Javascript

A curated list of Docker resources and projects Inspired by @sindresorhus' awesome and improved by these amazing contributors. The creators and maintainers of this list do not receive any form of payment to accept a change made by any contributor. This page is not an official Docker product in any way. It is a list of links to projects and is maintained by volunteers. Everybody is welcome to contribute. The goal of this repo is to index open-source projects, not to advertise for profit.

zabbix-docker-monitoring - :whale: Docker/Kubernetes/Mesos/Marathon/Chronos/LXC/LXD/Swarm container monitoring - Docker image, Zabbix template and C module

  •    C

If you like or use this project, please provide feedback to author - Star it ★ and write what's missing for you.Monitoring of Docker container by using Zabbix. Available CPU, mem, blkio, net container metrics and some containers config details, e.g. IP, name, ... Zabbix Docker module has native support for Docker containers (Systemd included) and should also support a few other container types (e.g. LXC) out of the box. Please feel free to test and provide feedback/open issue. The module is focused on performance, see section Module vs. UserParameter script.

ansible-vagrant-examples - Ansible examples using Vagrant to deploy to local VMs.

  •    Ruby

This repository contains a collection of example virtual machines running various applications. The VMs are created via Vagrant and provisioned via Ansible. You can cd into any of the included directories and run vagrant up, and a generic Linux VM will be booted and configured in a few minutes. You just need to install Vagrant, VirtualBox, and Ansible. View the included file in any of the subdirectories to find out more about the particular VM.