#docker (2020-08)

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Harsha avatar
Harsha

what will be the best UI tool for docker & docker-compose management and deployment? This requirement is to use in a production environment hosting docker in on-premises (not in the cloud) tried poratiner & rancher ( both got rejected due to security issue)

looking for new tools or need some info/idea about how companies deal with this kind of problem.

Thanks in advance

Issif avatar
Issif

What was the issue with portainer? Whatever the UI, it’s always a bad pattern to offer an hackable way to access to docker socket

Harsha avatar
Harsha

it got rejected because, its single-user access with admin permissions, we are planning for the opensource (free version) basically, we do bunch of bugfix deployments and multiple restarst .. for our java applications. just want to know how does other place handles this kind of situation..!

Makeshift (Connor Bell) avatar
Makeshift (Connor Bell)

Does [LazyDocker> count? </i](https://github.com/jesseduffield/lazydocker)

jesseduffield/lazydocker

The lazier way to manage everything docker. Contribute to jesseduffield/lazydocker development by creating an account on GitHub.

Issif avatar
Issif

@Harsha makes totally sense, thanks

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Harsha avatar
Harsha

@ I wasn’t aware of “Lazy docker” for sure I am going to give it a try… Thanks a lot for your input

Makeshift (Connor Bell) avatar
Makeshift (Connor Bell)

Probably the loosest thing that matches the term “ui”, but it’s nice if you’re on a box and want a quick overview of containers running

Harsha avatar
Harsha

I am the one doing deployment and all other kinds of management, but the expectation is, instead of pulling me or someone from my time every time… My company wanted a simple UI for SC’s team (solution consultant not the technical team)

Makeshift (Connor Bell) avatar
Makeshift (Connor Bell)

I suppose the correct “devops” response would be to make them PR a repo, then deploy from that once it’s been merged

Harsha avatar
Harsha

yup I do agree with you.. But we are not product based company .. so only thing we are allowed to do is push the docker image to out client docker-repo and deploy it manually

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