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jupyterhub-deploy-docker - Reference deployment of JupyterHub with docker

  •    Python

jupyterhub-deploy-docker provides a reference deployment of JupyterHub, a multi-user Jupyter Notebook environment, on a single host using Docker. This deployment is NOT intended for a production environment. It is a reference implementation that does not meet traditional requirements in terms of availability nor scalability.

OpenStorage - A multi-host clustered implementation of the open storage specification

  •    Go

OpenStorage is an API abstraction layer providing support for multiple public APIs, including the OpenStorage SDK, CSI, and the Docker Volume API. Developers using OpenStorage for their storage systems can expect it to work seamlessly with any of the supported public APIs. These implementations provide users with the ability to run stateful services in Linux containers on multiple hosts.

liman - Basic docker monitoring web application

  •    Go

To keep our data safe Liman has login page. We need to export environment variable to set login password. Liman works with host and docker container.

docker-volume-ipfs - 🐳 This is an open source volume plugin that allows using an ipfs filesystem as a volume

  •    Go

This is an open source volume plugin that allows using an ipfs filesystem as a volume. The main goal is to be able to create docker volumes that are backed by the IPFS filesystem. They could be named volumes, anonymous volumes. The plugin should also work in a cluster / swarm environment (but by its nature it should be built-in).




docker-volume - Docker volume plugin for Quobyte

  •    Go

This plugin allows you to use Quobyte with Docker. The plugin is intended to run without installing the Quobyte client on the host system (e.g. for Rancher/CoreOS) but by using a Quobyte client run in a Docker container. As described previously a Quobyte multi volume mount has to be available on the host the plugin is intended to run upon. For this setup we recommend running a dockerized Quobyte client. For more information on how to set up a Quobyte Client Docker container look at the example in docs/coreos.md or the Quobyte manual (Integration -> Quobyte and Container Infrastructures -> Quobyte Containers - Deep Dive -> Running a Quobyte Client inside a Container).

babun-docker - Use Docker Toolbox with Babun (Cygwin) in Windows

  •    Shell

Program / fix to allow using Docker Toolbox from Babun or Cygwin in Windows. If you are using Cygwin, you should be using Babun. It's an improved Cygwin. Nevertheless, the latest versions of babun-docker work in Cygwin too.

docker-workshop - Workshop on Docker, Containers and Golang

  •    Go

If they are not available on your machine, adjust the CLI commands accordingly. Since Docker leverages the Operating System's virtualization technologies, the install requirements for Docker are specific.

docker-volume-gluster - Use GlusterFS as a backend for docker volume (also as a plugin)

  •    Go

Use GlusterFS cli in the plugin container so it depend on fuse on the host. For Docker version 1.12 or below, the managed plugin system is not supported. This also happens if the plugin is not installed via docker plugin install. Docker's new plugin system is the preferred way to add drivers and plugins, where the plugin is just an image downloaded from registry containing the executable and needed configuration files. You can run both legacy and new plugins in Docker versions above 1.12, but be aware that legacy plugins will not show up on docker plugin ls. They will be listed instead under plugins on docker info.


docker-zfs-plugin - Docker volume plugin for creating persistent volumes as a dedicated zfs dataset.

  •    Go

Docker volume plugin for creating persistent volumes as a dedicated zfs dataset. Download the latest binary from github releases and place in /usr/local/bin/.





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