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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.

PlexGuide

  •    Shell

Mission Statement: PlexGuide is an all-in-one media solution that deploys a Media Server through the use of your Local HD or Google Drive; serving as an unlimited back-end storage. PlexGuide utilizes Ansible and Docker to streamline your Media Server, while deploying multiple tools for your Server Operations.

portainer-compose - Compose setup for Portainer

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A simple setup to deploy Portainer with custom templates.The default configuration will connect Portainer against the local Docker host, using an nginx container (port 80).

portainer-docs - Portainer documentation

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You can then modify the docs in the docs/source folder.When done, build it using make html inside the docs directory.




templates - App Templates used by Portainer

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This repository hosts the official templates ('Apps Templates') definitions for portainer.Documentation is available ReadTheDocs for more information about the template definition format and how to deploy your own templates.

portainer-endpoint - Docker image to auto register all the swarm nodes in portainer

  •    Shell

This image allows to auto register all the swarm nodes in a Portainer running in the same cluster and network. Currently when running under Docker Swarm mode portainer has visibility of services and their tasks, but from the task you cannot get the logs/ssh session/etc.

magento-docker - :whale: Bootstrap Magento 1

  •    VCL

Bootstrap Magento 1.9 or 2.1 from scratch using Docker. Starts up 22 containers, all integrated together with Magento and supporting logging, monitoring, alerting and graphing. This repository is meant to be a start for a fresh Magento project. After bootstrap is done, you can initialize git repository under www/ directory and proceed with your project.

docker-portainer-letsencrypt - Portainer docker container over SSL Certificate using Let's Encrypt automated by our webproxy docker-compose-letsencrypt-nginx-proxy

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With this repo you will be able to set up the fantastic Portainer as a container over SSL auto generated and auto renewed by our Web Proxy. Update this file with your preferences.


htpc-docker-standup - A simple docker-compose based configuration to stand up a new HTPC w/ Plex, Deluge, Sonarr, Radarr and more!

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This is a simple docker-compose configuration to standup a new HTPC. It's based on running on an Ubuntu server, but could easily be adapted for other opertaing systems with Docker support. If this project has helped you in anyway, and you'd like to say thanks...

docker-manifest - Manifests list for a multi-arch Docker image

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This repository contains the Portainer image manifest for multi-arch support.

DockSTARTer - DockSTARTer helps you get started with media server, seedbox, and HTPC apps running in Docker

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The main goal of DockSTARTer is to make it quick and easy to get up and running with Docker. You may choose to rely on DockSTARTer for various changes to your Docker system, or use DockSTARTer as a stepping stone and learn to do more advanced configurations.

mediabox - Container based media tools configuration

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Mediabox is an all Docker Container based media aggregator stack. For simplicity's sake (eg. automatic dependency management), the method used to install these packages is Ubuntu's default package manager, APT. There are several other methods that work just as well, if not better (especially if you don't have superuser access on your system), so use whichever method you prefer. Continue when you've successfully installed all packages listed.