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Helios - Docker container orchestration platform

  •    Java

Helios is a Docker orchestration platform for deploying and managing containers across an entire fleet of servers. Helios provides a HTTP API as well as a command-line client to interact with servers running your containers. It also keeps a history of events in your cluster including information such as deploys, restarts and version changes.

Kontena - The Developer Friendly Container & Microservices Platform

  •    Go

Kontena is a new developer friendly, open source platform for orchestrating applications that are run on Docker containers. It simplifies deploying and running containerized applications on any infrastructure. By leveraging technologies such as Docker, CoreOS and Weave, it provides complete solution for organizations of any size.

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.

csi-digitalocean - A Container Storage Interface (CSI) Driver for DigitalOcean Block Storage

  •    Go

A Container Storage Interface (CSI) Driver for DigitalOcean Block Storage. The CSI plugin allows you to use DigitalOcean Block Storage with your preferred Container Orchestrator. The DigitalOcean CSI plugin is mostly tested on Kubernetes. Theoretically it should also work on other Container Orchestrator's, such as Mesos or Cloud Foundry. Feel free to test it on other CO's and give us a feedback.




frameworkcontroller - General-Purpose Kubernetes Pod Controller

  •    Go

FrameworkController is built to orchestrate all kinds of applications on Kubernetes by a single controller. In the open source community, there are so many specialized Kubernetes Pod controllers which are built for a specific kind of application, such as Kubernetes StatefulSet Controller, Kubernetes Job Controller, KubeFlow TFJob Operator. However, no one is built for all kinds of applications and combination of the existing ones still cannot support some kinds of applications. So, we have to learn, use, develop, deploy and maintain so many Pod controllers.

aptomi - Application delivery engine for k8s

  •    Go

Aptomi's approach to application delivery becomes especially powerful in a multi-team setup, where components owned by different teams must be put together into a service. With ownership boundaries, Dev teams can specify multi-cluster and multi-env (e.g. dev, stage, prod) service behavior, as well as control the lifecycle and updates of their respective services. Aptomi also provides contextual visibility into teams and services, allowing our users to visualize complex dependencies and accurately assess the impact of changes.

core - Eru, a simple, stateless, flexible, production-ready orchestrator designed to easily integrate into existing workflows

  •    Go

Eru is a stateless, flexible, production-ready cluster scheduler designed to easily integrate into existing workflows. Eru can run any containerized things in long or short time. This project is Eru Core. The Core use for resource allocation and manage containers lifetime. Run make deps for generating vendor dir.


tarmak - A toolkit for Kubernetes cluster provisioning and lifecycle management

  •    Go

Tarmak is an open-source toolkit for Kubernetes cluster lifecycle management that focuses on best practice cluster security and cluster management/operation. It has been built from the ground-up to be cloud provider-agnostic and hence provides a means for consistent and reliable cluster deployment and management, across clouds and on-premises environments. Tarmak and its underlying components are the product of Jetstack's work with its customers to build and deploy Kubernetes in production at scale.

jail - Package jail provides native FreeBSD Jail syscalls in Go

  •    Go

To get specifics on the syscalls themselves can be referenced here. For examples, please reference the examples directory.