Docker Compose UI
Source materials derived, with thanks, from https://github.com/francescou/docker-compose-ui (Francesco Uliana) from which this description has been produced.
What is it
Docker Compose UI is a web interface for Docker Compose.
(only if you need Docker clustering) Docker Swarm 1.0
Run the following command in terminal:
docker run \ --name docker-compose-ui \ -p 5000:5000 \ -v /var/run/docker.sock:/var/run/docker.sock \ brunswickheads/compose-ui-s390x:latest
You have to wait while Docker pulls the container from the Docker Hub: https://registry.hub.docker.com/u/francescou/docker-compose-ui
Then open your browser to
Add your own docker-compose projects
If you want to use your own docker-compose projects, put them into a directory /home/user/docker-compose-ui/demo-projects and then run:
docker run \ --name docker-compose-ui \ -p 5000:5000 \ -v /home/user/docker-compose-ui/demo-projects:/opt/docker-compose-projects:ro \ -v /var/run/docker.sock:/var/run/docker.sock \ brunswickheads/compose-ui-s390x:latest
you can download my example projects into /home/user/docker-compose-ui/demo-projects/ from https://github.com/francescou/docker-compose-ui/tree/master/demo-projects
Note about scaling services
Note that some of the services provided by the demo projects are not "scalable" with
docker-compose scale SERVICE=NUM because of published ports conflicts.
Check out this project if you are interested in scaling up and down a docker-compose service without having any down time: https://github.com/francescou/consul-template-docker-compose
Note about volumes
since you're running docker-compose inside a container you must pay attention to volumes mounted with relative paths, see Issue #6
Remote docker host
You can also run containers on a remote docker host, e.g.
docker run \ --name docker-compose-ui \ -p 5000:5000 \ -v /home/user/docker-compose-ui/demo-projects:/opt/docker-compose-projects:ro \ -e DOCKER_HOST=remote-docker-host:2375 \ brunswickheads/compose-ui-s390x:latest
Docker Swarm or HTTPS Remote docker host
The project has been tested on a Docker Swarm 1.0 cluster.
You need to add two environment properties to use an HTTPS remote docker host:
DOCKER_TLS_VERIFY, see example by @ymote
Docker Compose UI has been developed using Flask (python microframework) to provide RESTful services and AngularJS to implement the Single Page Application web ui.
The application uses Docker Compose to monitor and edit the state of a set of docker compose projects (docker-compose.yml files).
API docs at francescou.github.io/docker-compose-ui
If you have any problems with or questions about this image, please open a GitHub issue on https://github.com/francescou/docker-compose-ui
License - MIT
The Docker Compose UI code is licensed under the MIT license.
Docker Compose UI: Copyright (c) 2015 Francesco Uliana. www.uliana.it/francesco
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