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DockerCheatSheet - 🐋 Docker Cheat Sheet 🐋

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Portainer - Simple management UI for Docker

  •    Javascript

Portainer is a lightweight management UI which allows you to easily manage your different Docker environments (Docker hosts or Swarm clusters). Portainer is meant to be as simple to deploy as it is to use. It consists of a single container that can run on any Docker engine (can be deployed as Linux container or a Windows native container). It allows you to manage your Docker containers, images, volumes, networks and more ! It is compatible with the standalone Docker engine and with Docker Swarm mode.

prometheus - A docker-compose stack for Prometheus monitoring

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Before we get started installing the Prometheus stack. Ensure you install the latest version of docker and docker swarm on your Docker host machine. Docker Swarm is installed automatically when using Docker for Mac or Docker for Windows.Clone the project locally to your Docker host.

docker-compose-ui - web interface for Docker Compose

  •    Javascript

Docker Compose UI is a web interface for Docker Compose. The aim of this project is to provide a minimal HTTP API on top of Docker Compose while maintaining full interoperability with Docker Compose CLI.




docker-py - A Python library for the Docker Engine API

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A Python library for the Docker Engine API. It lets you do anything the docker command does, but from within Python apps – run containers, manage containers, manage Swarms, etc.

awesome-docker - :whale: A curated list of Docker resources and projects

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A curated list of Docker resources and projects Inspired by @sindresorhus' awesome and improved by these amazing contributors. The creators and maintainers of this list do not receive any form of payment to accept a change made by any contributor. This page is not an official Docker product in any way. It is a list of links to projects and is maintained by volunteers. Everybody is welcome to contribute. The goal of this repo is to index open-source projects, not to advertise for profit.

Dry - A Docker container manager for the terminal

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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.


orbiter - Orbiter is an opensource docker swarm autoscaler

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Orbiter is an easy to run autoscaler for Docker Swarm. It is designed to work out of the box. We designed it in collaboration with InfluxData to show how metrics can be used to create automation around Docker tasks.

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.

wagl - :bee: DNS Service Discovery for Docker Swarm

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wagl runs inside your Docker Swarm cluster and provides DNS-based service discovery (using DNS A and SRV records) and simple load balancing by rotating the list of IP addresses in DNS records. other containers in the cluster will be able to reach this container using URL http://api.swarm. It is a minimalist solution, yet handles most of the basic DNS service discovery functionality well ––but we're open to pull requests.

swarmpit - Lightweight Docker Swarm management UI

  •    Clojure

Swarmpit provides simple and easy to use interface for your Docker Swarm cluster. You can manage your services, secrets, volumes, networks etc. After linking your Docker Hub account or custom registry, private repositories can be easily deployed on Swarm. Best of all, you can share this management console securely with your whole team.We have more features coming like stack management, monitoring, user permissions constraints and more, so stay tuned or even better help us shape features you would like.

dockstation - DockStation is developer-centric application to managing projects based on Docker

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DockStation is a developer-centric application for managing projects based on Docker. Instead of lots of CLI commands you can monitor, configure, and manage services and containers while using just a GUI.The DockStation helps to manage projects and container settings, e.g. bind a local host to a project, simple version changing, map ports, assign and reassign environment variables, change entrypoint and start command instructions, configure volumes, quick access to image documentation, quick services containers cleanup and a lot of other useful functionality.

graceful-shutdown-spring-boot - Graceful Shutdown with Spring Boot (Demo)

  •    Kotlin

In a modern world, we expect webapps to always be available. Yet, deployments trigger downtimes, which is why we're talking about zero downtime.Yeah, it's easy to put a proxy in front of your services and let it balance across multiple instances of your service. Now you can take them down one at a time, and deploy your fancy new version.

ubiquity - Ubiquity

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IBM block storage. The IBM block storage is supported for Kubernetes via IBM Spectrum Control Base Edition (SCBE) version 3.3.0 and later. Ubiquity communicates with the IBM storage systems through SCBE. SCBE creates a storage profile (for example, gold, silver or bronze) and makes it available for Kubernetes. For details about supported storage systems, refer to the latest SCBE release notes.

install - Contiv Installer

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Install Contiv on your Docker Swarm or Kubernetes cluster. The Contiv Docker Swarm installer is launched from a host external to the cluster. All the nodes must be accessible to the Contiv Ansible-based installer host through SSH.