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Neil Cresswell

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  2. 2. WHAT IS PORTAINER.IO To put it bluntly, Portainer is a Management UI for Docker that... Makes Docker easy to use, easy to manage, easy to support, and easy to scale Provides true visibility into the operational management of the Docker environment
  3. 3. WHY DID WE CREATE PORTAINER.IO Complexity Easy to consume Easy to manage Docker The Law of IT Complexity Good for Dev’s; Bad for Op’s Good for Op’s; Bad for Dev’s THIS IS WHY
  4. 4. OUR UI.. Clean, Simple, yet Powerful UI that exposes near all the functions of the Docker CLI without the complexity of having to actually remember pesky CLI commands
  5. 5. USER FEEDBACK  Through a maniacal focus on simplification; has redefined the Docker UX, and as a result, made Docker usable by a far greater percentage of the market  The entire user experience is developed by technologists, not programmers q/portainer_docker_incs_next_acquisition/ d067f6335f23#.mc1m3v3av with-portainer-c8ba07874f9d#.jnps1f8dp XDiwo
  6. 6. GROWTH  Since October 2016  7,700 Stars on GITHUB  300 Million Docker Hub Pulls (~1M/day now)  44,000 active users on any given week  520 Stars on Docker Hub  100 Contributors  1633 Twitter Followers  Used in 117 Countries (of 196!)
  8. 8. LAUNCHING PORTAINER  At its most simple..  Docker run –d –p 9000:9000 –v /var/run/docker.sock:/var/run/docker.sock –v portainerdata:/data portainer/portainer
  9. 9. DASHBOARD  One screen view of the selected Docker environment  Quick link to cluster visualizer
  10. 10. TEMPLATES  Curated List (or you can replace our list)  Can enable  One Click Deployment  Opinionated for simplicity  Advanced Mode available  Containers and Stacks  Windows and Linux
  11. 11. STACKS  Deploy new Stacks  Paste in Compose File  Upload a Compose File  Point at a git hosted compose file  Supports git authentication  Add environment variables  Edit a Stack  In-line changes  Apply to update
  12. 12. SERVICES  Deploy & Edit Swarm Services  Scheduling Mode  Replica Count  Port Mapping  Volume Mapping  Logging  Placement Constraints  Resource Constraints  Secrets/Configs  Update and Restart Policies  Inspect a Service  Service Logs  Update Service
  13. 13. CONTAINERS*  Create Containers  (Note, NOT swarm aware!!)  Inspect Containers  Monitor Performance  View Logs  Open Console  Inspect Config  Save a Container as an image  Recreate Containers  Stop, Save Config, Delete, Pull, Deploy with old config  Edit Containers  Stop, Save Config, Delete, Pull, Deploy with old+new config
  14. 14. IMAGES  Pull Images from a Repository  Delete an Image  Tag/Retag an Image  Push Image to a Repository  Display/Filter by Used/Unused  Create/Build an Image  Paste content of Dockefile  Upload a Dockerfile  URL for Dockerfile  Note that all ADD/COPY must use wget
  15. 15. NETWORKS  Create new Networks  Built-in or Plug-ins Supported  Restrict Access Externally  Remove Networks  Disconnect Containers from a Network
  16. 16. VOLUMES  Create new Volume  Built-in or Plug-ins Supported  Driver Options Supported  List / Filter by unused  Delete unused  Bulk Delete
  17. 17. CONFIGS AND SECRETS  Create Configs  Attach Labels  Create Secrets  Encode Secrets Both Secrets and Configs are CREATE only, there is no Edit function
  18. 18. CLUSTER MANAGEMENT  Total Cluster Capacity  Node Actions  Place Nodes into Maintenance (Pause, Drain, Active)  Apply Labels  Visualize all Nodes in your cluster  Show assigned workloads (service tasks)  Colors represent a Service
  19. 19. USER MANAGEMENT  Create Users or Admins  Assign Users to Endpoints  Create Teams  Assign Team Leaders  Assign Team Members  Assign Team to Endpoints  Connect Portainer to LDAP  LDAP for Password Auth only  Username in Portainer must match username in LDAP  Active Directory or LDAP supported
  20. 20. USER ACCESS CONTROL  Assign Users and Groups to specific endpoints  No assignment means no access
  21. 21. ENDPOINTS (AKA DOCKER ENVIRONMENTS)  Create New Endpoints  Endpoint is either a Docker Engine (standalone) or Swarm Manager  Local Endpoint can only added when Portainer first started (bind mount Docker Socket)  Remote Endpoints can be added at any time  Requires Docker Daemon to be exposed via TCP, using TLS or not  Public IP used for hyperlinks on Container page
  22. 22. REGISTRIES  Add Authentication to Docker Hub  Credentials added by Admin are reused by ANYONE using this Portainer instance – credentials cannot be seen  Add an external registry  Insecure Only (no TLS)  Authentication Supported
  23. 23. SETTINGS  Important Security Options  Disable Bind Mount and Privileged Mode for non admins  Custom Templates YML (override our curated list with your own)  Hide Certain containers from being shown in Portainer  Enable LDAP Auth
  25. 25. PORTAINER TODAY Portainer today…
  26. 26. OUR GOAL: OVERARCHING MANAGEMENT UI Portainer “tomorrow”
  27. 27. HOW  It all starts with a Portainer AGENT  A micro-container that runs on every Docker Host (global swarm service)  Enables a single view of everything  Enables secure remote access to Docker Hosts without having to expose the Docker Daemon Releasing soon
  28. 28. EXPANDING With a centralized UI, we can then.. • Manage Shared Storage for Container Persistence (in BETA now) • Manage Underlying and Overlay Networks • Build and Scale Docker Hosts (ala machine) • Manage Secure Registries • Monitor Container and Cluster Performance / Availability • Manage Reverse Proxies / Load Balancers • Provide fine-grained Access control into the Docker environment • Control who can publish what to where • Abstract the deployment specifics; deploy Docker to anywhere, we take care of managing the infrastructure • Create logical groups of Swarm Clusters, and enable management at the group level
  29. 29. MANAGING STORAGE - BETA Using, you can create hyper-converged storage environments using the local disks in your Docker Hosts • Managed from WITHIN Portainer UI • Creates a single virtual pool of replicated storage, used for persistent volume store • IOPS / Throughput Assurance through reservations • Enforce persistent volume capacity limits
  30. 30. PORTAINER SUPPORT  Donations Welcome  Contributors Welcome  Paid Development Assistance (we pay you to create a feature for us)  Commercial Support  24x7, 4 Hour Response, Per Docker Host - $100p/a (up to 4 named support staff)  Per Additional Support Person - $25 per Host  24x7, 4 Hour Response, Per Portainer Instance, $1200p/a (up to 4 named support staff, unlimited Docker Hosts)  Per Additional Support Person - $300 per Portainer Instance