Github org for Simplenetes, a full implementation of Kubernetes with shell scripts. Does not require root.
Docker re-implemented as a 100 line shell script.
Language focused docker images, minus the operating system. Put a statically linked binary in there and fire it up. Designed with Go in mind.
tfviz analyzes Terraform deployment files and generates maps which depict what it's going to do in production. Right now it only works with AWS environments.
A dashboard and control panel for Docker. Supports separate accounts and RBAC. Admin stacks, services, containers, volumes, images, virtual networks, and swarms.
A simple terminal UI for docker and docker-compose. Written in Go, has a full text-based UI for monitoring and exploring your containers. Tries to make it easier to work with Docker and docker-compose. Keeps everything in a single terminal window with shortcuts for common Docker commands. You can add custom commands, too. Seems to also support mousing around.
This repo contains a CLI tool to delete all cloud (AWS, Azure, GCP) resources in an account. cloud-nuke was created for situations when you might have an account you use for testing and need to clean up leftover resources so you're not charged for them. Also great for cleaning out accounts with redundant resources.
A number of Github repos of code meant to be used to harden servers in various ways prior to deployment.
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
A Terraform provider for Virtualbox.
wait-for-it.sh is a pure bash script that will wait on the availability of a host and TCP port. It is useful for synchronizing the spin-up of interdependent services, such as linked docker containers. Since it is a pure bash script, it does not have any external dependencies.
A compiled list of links to public failure stories related to Kubernetes. Most recent publications on top.
A page that teaches you just enough Ruby to let you use Chef.
A list of default usernames for Linux AMI's in Amazon's EC2.
How to specify relationships between files and packages in puppet.
Vagrant is a utility for automating the deployment of virtualized environments using VirtualBox v4.x. It helps create and configure lightweight, portable virtual instances in a reproducable (i.e., scriptable) fashion. Written in Ruby.
Fabric is a Python module which lets you write scripts in Python that carry out just about any administrative task you might need to carry out without having to fuss with os.shell(), .popen(), or anything else. SSH's into a system (even localhost) and does what you tell it to.
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