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amicontained - Container introspection tool

  •    Makefile

Container introspection tool. Find out what container runtime is being used as well as features available. For installation instructions from binaries please visit the Releases Page.

amicontained - Container introspection tool

  •    Go

Container introspection tool. Find out what container runtime is being used as well as features available.

kube-spawn - A tool for creating multi-node Kubernetes clusters on a Linux machine using kubeadm & systemd-nspawn

  •    Go

kube-spawn is a tool for creating a multi-node Kubernetes (>= 1.8) cluster on a single Linux machine, created mostly for developers of Kubernetes but is also a Certified Kubernetes Distribution and, therefore, perfect for running and testing deployments locally. It attempts to mimic production setups by making use of OS containers to set up nodes.

ciel - A tool for controlling multi-layer file systems and containers, aka "pinniped"

  •    Go

An integrated packaging environment for AOSC OS. Ciel uses systemd-nspawn container as its backend and overlay file system as support rollback feature.




api-routerd - REST API based Monitoring and System/Network Management

  •    Go

api-routerd is a cloud-enabled, mobile-ready, a super light weight remote management tool which uses REST API for real time configuration and performance as well as health monitoring for systems (containers) and applications. It provides fast API based monitoring without affecting the system it's running on. First configure your $GOPATH. If you have already done this skip this step.

tar-overlay - A shell script which creates and manages named overlayfs mounts backed by the contents from tar files

  •    Shell

A shell script which creates and manages named overlayfs mounts backed by the contents from tar files. Note: this is a work in progress, so it is not stable yet.

cntr - A container debugging tool based on FUSE

  •    Rust

Say no to $ apt install vim in containers! cntr is a replacement for docker exec that brings all your developers tools with you. This allows to ship minimal runtime image in production and limit the surface for exploits. Cntr was also published in Usenix ATC 2018. See bibtex for citation.

boxctl - An opinionated way to manage systemd-nspawn containers without relying on BTRFS

  •    Shell

Wrapper for machinectl and systemctl to manage systemd-nspawn OS containers with a prescriptive way to cutover to new images and fallback to old ones (without depending on BTRFS or ZFS). OverlayFS is used to maintain control over changes from the original image. The goal of this wrapper is to remain as light-weight as possible, preferencing the preservation of the systemd-nspawn-flavored approaches to running containers over any features added in this wrapper script. This is not intended to replace machinectl, but to instead to supplement it with a prescriptive workflow for upgrading to new system containers while providing a valid fallback posture if needed. Note: this is a work in progress, so it is not stable yet.