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centurion - A mass deployment tool for Docker fleets

  •    Ruby

A deployment tool for Docker. Takes containers from a Docker registry and runs them on a fleet of hosts with the correct environment variables, host volume mappings, and port mappings. Supports rolling deployments out of the box, and makes it easy to ship applications to Docker servers.We're using it to run our production infrastructure.

CoreOS- Linux for Massive Server Deployments

  •    Go

CoreOS is just Linux kernel + systemd. This is not for desktop PCs or Laptops or Tablets. It is meant to run the hundreds of thousands of servers. It is based on Google Chrome, that automatically updates itself every few weeks. It supports built in service discovery and configuration sharing using the Raft distributed consensus algorithm. CoreOS is made for companies building platforms.

RancherOS - Tiny Linux distro that runs the entire OS as Docker containers

  •    Go

RancherOS is a minimalist Linux distribution perfect for running Docker containers. It runs Docker directly on top of the kernel and delivers Linux services as containers. It includes only the services needed to run Docker. RancherOS reduces the hassle with updating, patching, and maintaining your container host operating system.

longshoreman - Automated deployment with Docker.

  •    Javascript

Longshoreman automates application deployment using Docker. Just create a Docker repository (or use a service), configure the cluster using AWS or Digital Ocean (or whatever you like) and deploy applications using a Heroku-like CLI tool.We created Longshoreman because we love using Docker but were frustrated with the lack of production-ready deployment options that were available at the time. We looked closely at Deis, Flynn, Dokku and others, but they either did not meet our requirements or were explicitly marked as not ready for production. We were extremely impressed by Deis in particular and its use of bleeding edge technologies like CoreOS, etcd and systemd. The biggest shortcoming we found with Deis is that it rebuilds Dockerfiles from scratch for each deploy (as far as I know).

clocker - Apache Brooklyn cloud native infrastructure blueprints

  •    Shell

Apache Brooklyn blueprints to deploy and manage Docker environments

dockit - Do docker actions and Deploy gluster containers!

  •    Python

Dockit is an application to make your life better wrt managing docker actions (ex: run , pull, build, create, start ...etc) and to also help massive deployment of containers.This is also glued with gluster (-g option of this binary) wrt huge gluster deployment. When in gluster action mode, it can be used to start any number of containers using the bricks exported ( configuration read from the config file) from host system. The gluster volume is created automatically ( volume name can be given as user input) from the exported bricks .

deploy - Git and Docker deployment tool.

  •    Javascript

A tool for git and Docker deployments. A middle ground between simple Docker composition tools and full blown cluster orchestration.The project is not battle tested in production yet.

depcon - Docker blue-green/deployment/management supporting Mesos/Marathon and Compose.

  •    Go

Depcon makes managing clusters that run docker containers a breeze. It offers the ability to define environments such as test, pre-prod, production against Marathon (initial release), Kubernetes and Amazon ECS.To update Depcon's dependencies, use go get with the -u option.

conduit - Deployment system for Docker

  •    Go

Experimental deployment system for Docker.Conduit exposes an endpoint that receives webhooks (i.e. from Docker Hub). Upon receiving the hook, Conduit will pull the new image, deploy a new container from the updated image and then remove the original container.

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