This is the docker repository of Zevenet Load Balancer Community Edition
Load Balancing is the process of distributing data across real resources to provide redundancy, reliability, and improve performance.
In addition, Zevenet Load Balancer will help you Scale easy and avoid system disruptions with the Application Delivery Controller challengers through high availability, load balancing, security and high performance.
Secure and protect the access of applications through low level defense, encryption and application firewall.
Create high availability infrastructure for WAN access, applications and services for local and global datacenters.
Scale and automate growth of networks and servers with traffic control schedulers and programmable interfaces.
Cutting-edge technology for the most accessible and multi platform ADC solution in the market.
If you already have a running docker containers environment you just need to execute the following command to install ZEVENET Load Balancer
docker pull zevenet/zlb
When Zevenet docker container is up and running the Grafical User Interface should be reachable from any web browser localy on this URL and Port:
Please, note that it is an HTTPS url instead of http
If you plan to create farms you will need to expose the correspondig ports in the “docker run” command. For example, to run a web server backend on port 80 and 443 your “docker run” command would be:
docker run --name zlb -p 444:444 -p 80:80 -p 443:443 -itd zevenet/zlb /bin/bash
For further information, please, follow this link:
Additionally we have a GitHub repository where the community can contribute to the development of this software.
How to Contribute
You can contribute with the evolution of the ZEVENET Load Balancer in a wide variety of ways:
- Creating content: Documentation in the GitHub project wiki, doc translations, documenting source code, etc.
- Help to other users through the mailing lists.
- Reporting and Resolving Bugs from the GitHub project Issues.
- Development of new features.
Please use the GitHub project Issues to report any issue or bug with the software. Try to describe the problem and a way to reproduce it. It'll be useful to attach the service and network configurations as well as system and services logs.
Development & Resolving Bugs
In order to commit any change, as new features, bug fix or improvement, just perform a
git clone of the repository,
git add when all the changes has been made and
git commit when you're ready to send the change.
During the submit, please ensure that every change is associated to a logical change in order to be easily identified every change.
In the commit description please use the following format:
[CATEGORY] CHANGE_SHORT_DESCRIPTION OPTIONAL_LONGER_DESCRIPTION SIGNED_OFFS MODIFIED_FILES
CATEGORYis either: Bugfix for resolving bugs or issues, Improvement for enhancements of already implemented features or New Feature for new developments that provides a new feature not implemented before.
CHANGE_SHORT_DESCRIPTIONis a brief description related with the change applied and allows to identify easily such modification. If it's related to a bug included in the Issues section it's recommended to include the identification reference for such bug.
OPTIONAL_LONGER_DESCRIPTIONis an optional longer description to explain details about the change applied.
Signed-off-byentry where the username followed by the email can be placed.
MODIFIED_FILESare the list of files that hace been modified, created or deleted with the commit.
git commit -a -s will create the fields described above.
Finally, just execute a
git push and request a pull of your changes. In addition, you can use
git format-patch to create your patches and send them through the official distribution list.
Creating & Updating Documentation or Translations
In the official GitHub wiki there is available a list of pages and it's translations. Please clone the wiki, apply your changes and request a pull in order to be applied.
Helping another Users
The official distribution list could be accessed through the zevenet-ce-users google group.
To post in this group, send email to email@example.com.
But you need to request a join first into the group by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
To unsubscribe from this group, send email to email@example.com
For more options, visit https://groups.google.com/a/zevenet.com/d/optout