docker-images - Docker Images

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k3c - Lightweight local container engine for container development

  •    Go

k3c brings the Classic ™ Docker images manipulation UX to your k3s development workflow. It is designed to enable the rapid feedback when developing and testing local container images in k3s and rke2. Currently k3s, the lightweight Kubernetes distribution, provides a great solution for Kubernetes from dev to production. While k3s satisifies the Kubernetes runtime needs, one still needs to run docker (or a docker-like tool) to actually develop and build the container images. k3c is intended to replace docker for just the functionality needed for building and manipulating images in the Kubernetes ecosystem. There really is nothing better than the classic Docker UX of build/push/pull/tag. This tool copies the same UX as classic Docker (think Docker v1.12). The intention is to follow the same style but not be a 100% drop in replacement. Behaviour and arguments have been changed to better match the behavior of the Kubernetes ecosystem.

docker-lock - Automatically manage image digests in Dockerfiles, docker-compose files, and Kubernetes manifests by tracking them in a separate Lockfile

  •    Go

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kaniko - Build Container Images In Kubernetes

  •    Go

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  •    Go

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compose2kube - Convert docker-compose service files to Kubernetes objects.

  •    Go

Convert docker-compose service files to Kubernetes objects.compose2kube is in functional beta stage and supports mapping container images, varables, ports, labels, volumes, and restart policies to Kubernetes replication controllers and services. Thanks to the docker/libcompose library, compose2kube will support the complete docker-compose specification in the near future.

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Makisu is a fast and flexible Docker image build tool designed for containerized environments such as Mesos or Kubernetes. Makisu has been in use at Uber since early 2018, building thousands of images every day across 4 different languages.

PiCluster - Manage Docker Containers

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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.

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kompose is a tool to help users who are familiar with docker-compose move to Kubernetes. kompose takes a Docker Compose file and translates it into Kubernetes resources.kompose is a convenience tool to go from local Docker development to managing your application with Kubernetes. Transformation of the Docker Compose format to Kubernetes resources manifest may not be exact, but it helps tremendously when first deploying an application on Kubernetes.

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  •    Shell

Kube-Solo for macOS is a status bar App which allows in an easy way to bootstrap and control Kubernetes cluster on a standalone CoreOS VM machine. VM can also be controlled via ksolo cli. Also VM's docker API is exposed to macOS, so you can build your docker images with the same app and use them with Kubernetes. Kube-Solo for macOS is a similar app to minikube, just has more functionality and is an older project. You can run both Apps on your Mac even in parallel.

Anchore Engine - Centralized service for inspection, analysis and certification of container images

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The Anchore Engine is an open source project that provides a centralized service for inspection, analysis and certification of container images. The Anchore engine is provided as a Docker container image that can be run standalone or on an orchestration platform such as Kubernetes, Docker Swarm, Rancher or Amazon ECS. The Anchore engine can be accessed directly through a RESTful API or via the Anchore CLI.

dagda - a tool to perform static analysis of known vulnerabilities, trojans, viruses, malware & other malicious threats in docker images/containers and to monitor the docker daemon and running docker containers for detecting anomalous activities

  •    Python

Dagda is a tool to perform static analysis of known vulnerabilities, trojans, viruses, malware & other malicious threats in docker images/containers and to monitor the docker daemon and running docker containers for detecting anomalous activities. In order to fulfill its mission, first the known vulnerabilities as CVEs (Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures), BIDs (Bugtraq IDs), RHSAs (Red Hat Security Advisories) and RHBAs (Red Hat Bug Advisories), and the known exploits from Offensive Security database are imported into a MongoDB to facilitate the search of these vulnerabilities and exploits when your analysis are in progress.

devspace - Cloud Native Software Development with Kubernetes and Docker - simply run "devspace up" in any of your projects and start coding directly on top of Kubernetes (works with minikube, self-hosted and cloud-based clusters)

  •    Go

With a DevSpace, you can build, test and run code directly inside any Kubernetes cluster. You can run devspace up in any of your projects and the client-only DevSpace CLI will start a DevSpace within your Kubernetes cluster. Keep coding as usual and the DevSpace CLI will sync any code change directly into the containers of your DevSpace. No more waiting for re-building images, re-deploying containers and restarting applications on every source code change. Simply edit your code with any IDE and run your code instantly inside your DevSpace.

habitus - A Build Flow Tool for Docker

  •    Go

Habitus adds workflows to Docker build. This means you can create a chain of builds to generate your final Docker image based on a workflow. This is particularly useful if your code is in compiled languages like Java or Go or if you need to use secrets like SSH keys during the build.Habitus is a standalone build flow tool for Docker. It’s a command line tool that builds Docker images based on their Dockerfile and a build.yml.

habitus - A Build Flow Tool for Docker

  •    Go

Habitus adds workflows to Docker build. This means you can create a chain of builds to generate your final Docker image based on a workflow. This is particularly useful if your code is in compiled languages like Java or Go or if you need to use secrets like SSH keys during the build. Habitus is a standalone build flow tool for Docker. It’s a command line tool that builds Docker images based on their Dockerfile and a build.yml.

old-vm - (OBSOLETE) Package and Run Virtual Machines as Docker Containers

  •    Go

Package and run KVM images as Kubernetes pods, run at scale. RancherVM allows you to create VMs that run inside of Kubernetes pods, called VM Pods. A VM pod looks and feels like a regular pod. Inside of each VM pod, however, is a container running a virtual machine instance. You can package any QEMU/KVM image as a Docker image, distribute it using any Docker registry such as DockerHub, and run it on RancherVM.

Eclipse JKube - Build Cloud-Native Java Applications without a hassle

  •    Java

Eclipse JKube is a collection of plugins and libraries that are used for building container images using Docker, JIB or S2I build strategies. Eclipse JKube generates and deploys Kubernetes/OpenShift manifests at compile time too. It brings your Java applications on to Kubernetes and OpenShift by leveraging the tasks required to make your application cloud-native. Eclipse JKube also provides a set of tools such as watch, debug, log, etc. to improve your developer experience. This project contains various building blocks for the Kubernetes Java developer toolbox.

docker-elasticsearch-kubernetes - Ready to use Elasticsearch + Kubernetes discovery plug-in Docker image

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Ready to use, lean Elasticsearch Docker image ready for using within a Kubernetes cluster. See pires/kubernetes-elasticsearch-cluster for instructions on how to run, scale and use Elasticsearch on Kubernetes.

dockertest - Write better integration tests! Dockertest helps you boot up ephermal docker images for your Go tests with minimal work

  •    Go

When developing applications, it is often necessary to use services that talk to a database system. Unit Testing these services can be cumbersome because mocking database/DBAL is strenuous. Making slight changes to the schema implies rewriting at least some, if not all of the mocks. The same goes for API changes in the DBAL. To avoid this, it is smarter to test these specific services against a real database that is destroyed after testing. Docker is the perfect system for running unit tests as you can spin up containers in a few seconds and kill them when the test completes. The Dockertest library provides easy to use commands for spinning up Docker containers and using them for your tests.Using Dockertest is straightforward and simple. Check the releases tab for available releases.






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