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sen - Terminal User Interface for docker engine

  •    Python

You can see the features yourself.This repository has set up automated builds on docker hub. In case you run into some issue, try pulling latest version first before opening an issue.

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.

mssql-docker - Official Microsoft repository for SQL Server in Docker resources

  •    PowerShell

This GitHub repository aims to provide a centralized location for community engagement. In here you will find documentation, Dockerfiles and additional developer resources.Visit the Microsoft Docker Hub page for more information and additional images.

docker-windows-box - Various Vagrant envs with Windows 2016/10 and Docker, Swarm mode, LCOW, ...

  •    PowerShell

This repo is a collection of various Vagrant environments to work with Windows Containers on a Windows Server 2016 or Windows 10 VM. This repo has started with a single Vagrantfile that is explained below. As you can see there are several interesting setups here as well in the sub folders.




docker-client - A Docker client for Java written in Groovy

  •    Groovy

This client library aims at supporting all existing Docker api endpoints, which effectively allows to use it in place of the official Docker client binary.See the supported-api.md for details about the current api coverage.

libdocker - An SDK for the Docker Engine API in C

  •    C

A minimalist SDK for accessing the Docker Engine API via C. Add the following lines to your CMakeLists.txt.

docker-windows-azure - Windows Docker Engine on Azure

  •    PowerShell

Specify your local home directory path in machineHome so the docker-machine config can be created exactly for your needs. Use the value of %USERPROFILE% on Windows and $HOME on Linux/Mac. To connect to the Windows Docker Engine from a notebook you just have to copy the TLS certificates from the Azure VM C:\.docker\machine\machines to your home directory -> .docker/machine/machines. Use the RDP session and copy the folder through RDP. For 1709 server core it is also possible. Just open notepad, then Open a file, browse to C:\.docker and CTRL+C the folder.


docker-for-all - Docker applied in development, devops, testing, product management etc.

  •    Ruby

Every industry is undergoing significant fast-paced changes with the disruption of technologies, that were once only in our imagination. Software and Hardware democratization, open source, internet as information equalizer, crowd collaboration, MOOC, IoT - the list is unending. As a technologist and having deep respect for the effort that engineers put in, I feel an obligation to contribute to the democratization. Contrary to the belief of folks who live in the fear that "machines will overtake the world!", I believe that machines and automation will actually make the world better, efficient and exciting to live in. Even if that were NOT the case, the solution would be NOT to fear, but step up your game and get ahead of machines (Do you have another option?). So regardless, I feel we should embrace technologies with optimism and view machines as complementing human skills.

ansible-role-docker - Ansible Role for deploying docker-engine to hosts

  •    Python

This role requires Ansible 2.4 or higher. Requirements are listed in the metadata file. Install docker to the hosts with basic defaults. This does not install devicemapper, or configure the server for production. This just simply installs docker and gets it running. Compare this to apt install docker-ce or yum install docker-ce.

trackit2-home - TrackIt helps you to optimize your AWS cloud

  •    Shell

This is a tool written in go to optimize your AWS usage and spending. This repository contains the deployment tools to run TrackIt easily on your own infrastructure.