Github org for Simplenetes, a full implementation of Kubernetes with shell scripts. Does not require root.
A toolkit for building containers if you don't have Docker installed. Automatically garbage collects container images. Multiple output formats. Pluggable. Does not require running as root.
Namechecked for use with faasd.
faasd is OpenFaaS reimagined, but without the cost and complexity of Kubernetes. It runs on a single host with very modest requirements, making it fast and easy to manage. Under the hood it uses containerd and Container Networking Interface (CNI) along with the same core OpenFaaS components from the main project. Will work on something as lightweight as a RasPi or a $5us VPS. Doesn't use Kubernetes so maintenance and upgrading is far easier. Implemented as a single executable binary.
Language focused docker images, minus the operating system. Put a statically linked binary in there and fire it up. Designed with Go in mind.
A collection of shell scripts for light-weight containers. Just requires posix shell and some tools, which makes it easy to run it even on busybox. Even lets you stand up containers that use QEMU to run software for other architectures.
A dashboard and control panel for Docker. Supports separate accounts and RBAC. Admin stacks, services, containers, volumes, images, virtual networks, and swarms.
A Github community of OpenFaaS functions.
k3s is intended to be a fully compliant Kubernetes distribution with the following changes:
Legacy, alpha, non-default features are removed. Hopefully, you shouldn't notice the stuff that has been removed.
Removed most in-tree plugins (cloud providers and storage plugins) which can be replaced with out of tree addons.
Add sqlite3 as the default storage mechanism. etcd3 is still available, but not the default.
Wrapped in simple launcher that handles a lot of the complexity of TLS and options.
Minimal to no OS dependencies (just a sane kernel and cgroup mounts needed). k3s packages required dependencies
The main goal of DockSTARTer is to make it quick and easy to get up and running with Docker. Text based UI with menus for configuring, updating, managing, and backing up Docker containers. Lets you pick and install from a list of container appliances for specific tasks.
A CLI utility which tries to make it easier to run arbitrary applications inside of Docker containers.
Teaching the server tech you need for development and production. Eliminating the frustration of server configuration. Databases, configuration management, containers, proxies, security, PHP, and much more.
Many problems with Docker. Many of them.
A super lightweight distro of Linux designed for security. Designed with power users in mind. Simplicity. Uses musl libC and Busybox. When used for containers, tops out at 8 megs. A minimal install to disk is around 130 megs. Uses APK packages and OpenRC for its init system. Kernel uses GRsecurity and PaX for hardening. All packages are compiled with hardening.
Clair is a FOSS utility for conducting static security analysis of Linux containers, Docker containers in particular. Clair continually updates its internal index of known vulnerabilities so it can keep constant watch over what it monitors. Has a modular architecture to make it easier to extend the project without having to fork() it. Also designed to fit into a CI/CD pipeline to monitor in-house containers as they're built. Plugs into Kubernetes. Requires Postgres. Written in Go. sysadmin infosec scanner scanning
A foss clone of AWS Lambda. Build serverless functions using Docker and Kubernetes automagicaklly. Web control panel. CLI available. Upload your script and any deps, and turn it loose. Turn any Docker container into a function.
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