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Managing Docker Containers With Shipyard

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Managing Docker Containers With Shipyard

This is a brief overview of how to install and set up Shipyard — a tool that helps manage Docker images.

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There are plenty of things that amaze me about Docker, but one of the things I find most interesting is the number of available images with all sorts of stuff preconfigured and ready to spin up, including Docker management related tools like Shipyard that also run within Docker containers themselves.

Installing couldn't be simpler, just pull down a script and run it, and it pulls down a number of images and spins them up:

curl -sSL https://shipyard-project.com/deploy | bash -s


Within a few seconds, Shipyard is up and running, and after logging on, you get the snappy looking dashboard:

Now, off to do a bit more studying to configure a spin up a Swarm cluster.

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