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Short Description
Draw a comprehensive graph of your docker containers
Full Description


Draw a comprehensive graph of your docker containers.

This application is embedded into a single docker container, and show only network links between your platform architecture.


How to use

With docker-compose

Just docker-compose mesh in the project folder.

With docker

Either pull or build the image with:

docker pull thavel/docker-mesh:head
docker build -t thavel/docker-mesh:head .

And then launch it:

docker run --rm \
  -p 9200:8080 -p 9201:8081 \
  -v /var/run/docker.sock:/var/run/docker.sock \

Web interface

The web interface is available through http://localhost:9200 (replace localhost with the IP of your docker-machine if you're running Docker under OSX).

Third party

docker-mesh has a RESTful API available through HTTP via the port 9201.

Available routes are:

  • GET on /v1/containers
  • GET on /v1/nodes
  • GET on /v1/edges

Under the hood

This application has been written using Python 3.5 and the following libraries:

Upcoming improvements

  • Show volumes_from and volumes dependencies between containers.
  • Show forwarded ports of your containers.
  • Display basic container information.
  • A better and configurable user interface (with filters and commands).
  • An improved backend API.
  • Versioned and hosted docker-mesh images on Dockerhub.
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