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DockM-ShipM a part of Click2Cloud DevOps Studio

2018-01-04 : BY CLICK2CLOUD-BLOG

Click2Cloud DockM-ShipM is lightweight management UI which allows you to easily manage your different Docker environments like Docker hosts or Swarm clusters.

It allows you to manage your Docker containers, images, volumes, networks! It is compatible with the Docker engine and with Docker Swarm mode.

Click2Cloud DockM-ShipM Endpoint Actions

This section provides the detailed overview of Docker and allows you to manage stacks, services, containers, images, networks, volumes and swarm.

  • Dashboard:

    The dashboard home screen displays the running and stopped containers, number of downloaded Docker images, number of volumes and networks. You don’t have memorize Docker commands. Everything can be done from the Dashboard itself.

  • App Templates:

The App Templates screen shows some ready-made available templates such as Docker image registry, Nginx, Httpd, MySql, WordPress etc. You can create your own custom templates by specifying the path of JSON file of GitHub repository, local system from Settings tab.

  • Stacks:

Multi-container Docker applications can be run on a single Docker engine by using stack files. Stack file defines environment variables, deployment tags, the number of containers, and related environment-specific configuration.

  • Services:

Services allows the Docker engine to know about the state of the services that we want up always. Now that the engine knows about the desired state, it can take immediate measures to correct things when the actual state differs. If a container dies unexpectedly at any time, the engine can bring another one up automatically. If an entire node goes down taking a few containers with it, the engine detects it and can bring these containers back up on a healthy node.

  • Containers:

The Containers page that shows the list of running and Stopped containers.

  • App to Container:

    App to Container can be used for building Docker images from source code. It produces ready-to-run images by injecting source code into a Container and letting the Container prepare that source code for execution. By creating self-assembling builder images, we can version and control your build environments exactly like we use Docker images to version our runtime environments.

    – The Builder image name is nothing but the Docker image to be used in building the final image.

– The Source Code URL is the URL of a Git repository or a local path to the source code.

– The New image name is the name of the final Docker image.

– Here We can see the Complete Builder logs.

  • Docker Images

In this section, we can view the list of downloaded docker images.