Build a free open source and easy-to-use Docker panel Portainer

Portainer is an easy-to-use Docker container control panel. Its code repository is here . It supports single-node and cluster deployments. Before this, I had fully containerized my personal server. If you can visually operate and monitor various containers, it will be of great help to daily operation and maintenance, and you will feel that everything is under control. You can see the effect after building, the interface is still very beautiful. You can quickly pull the mirror image You can visualize the release container, and flexibly set parameters such as environment variables, network, and restart policies. When the image is updated, the container can be quickly updated with the new image. You can also quickly enter the access container command line and view container logs. It can be said that the functions I need every day have all the functions, and I feel very complete. to build So for a single-point server, how to build it, first of all, you need to confirm that your server currently has Docker installed. can enterdocker -v Let’s see if docker exists in the current environment. If it does not exist, you need to install docker, you can find a tutorial on Google. For EC2 on AWS, you can entersudo yum install docker -y to install. After confirming that Docker is installed. Check if Docker is started. Then check if there is a docker.sock file in the /var/run path. Then, confirm that port 8000 and port 9443 are not occupied, because Portainer will use these two ports later. Store application … Read more