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Rancher - Complete container management platform


Rancher is an open source project that provides a complete platform for operating Docker in production. It provides infrastructure services such as multi-host networking, global and local load balancing, and volume snapshots. It integrates native Docker management capabilities such as Docker Machine and Docker Swarm. It offers a rich user experience that enables devops admins to operate Docker in production at large scale.

CoreOS- Linux for Massive Server Deployments


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.

Flocker - Container data volume manager for your Dockerized application


Flocker is an open-source Container Data Volume Manager for your Dockerized applications. By providing tools for data migrations, Flocker gives ops teams the tools they need to run containerized stateful services like databases in production. Unlike a Docker data volume which is tied to a single server, a Flocker data volume, called a dataset, is portable and can be used with any container, no matter where that container is running.

PiCluster - Manage Docker Containers


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.




Admiral - Container management solution with an accent on modeling containerized applications and provide placement based on dynamic policy allocation


Admiral™ is a highly scalable and very lightweight Container Management platform for deploying and managing container based applications. It is designed to have a small footprint and boot extremely quickly. Admiral™ is intended to provide automated deployment and lifecycle management of containers.This container management solution can help reduce complexity and achieve advantages including simplified and automated application delivery, optimized resource utilization along with business governance and applying business policies and overall data center integration.

libral - A native Resource Abstraction Layer


If you just want to quickly try out libral, you can download a precompiled tarball (GPG signature) that should work on any Linux machine that has glibc 2.12 or later. (It might actually work with glibc 2.8 or later.) If you succeed in that, please let us know.We have reports of the precompiled binaries working on 64-bit Fedora 21-25, RHEL 5-7 (and related distributions like CentOS), Debian 6-9, Ubuntu 10.04-16.10, and SLES 11-12. The binaries will not work on 32-bit and pre-glibc 2.8 systems: RHEL 4, SLES 10, ...

containership - A simple container management platform


Absolutely! First install Vagrant, then install our cloud plugin by running cs plugin add cloud. Once installed, run cs cloud create-cluster vagrant --leaders 1 --followers 2 to bring up a local cluster to play around with.Containership will run on any linux host with node & docker (see our installation guide for more details). If you're using open source Containership, use our official setting up your first cluster guide. If you'd like to manage your Containership cluster using our Containership Cloud management product, sign up for an account and follow the official getting started guide.