Portainer/portainer: Making Docker and Kubernetes management

Portainer Community Edition is a lightweight service delivery platform for containerized applications that can be used to manage Docker, Swarm, Kubernetes, and ACI environments. It is designed to be as simple to implement as it is to use. The app allows you to manage all your orchestrator resources (containers, images, volumes, networks, and more) through a “smart” GUI and/or extensive API.

Portainer consists of a single container that can run on any cluster. It can be deployed as a Linux container or a native Windows container.

Portainer Business Edition is based on the open source foundation and includes a range of advanced features and functions (such as RBAC and support) that are specific to the needs of business users.

Compare Portainer CE and compare Portainer BE

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  • Portainer BE Installation Guide Latest version

  • Portainer
  • CE

is updated regularly. Our goal is to make an update version every two months.

Introduction

Implement Portainer documentation

  • Contribute to the project
  • Features and functions See this table to see

  • all the
  • functionality of Portainer CE and compare it with Portainer Business. Portainer CE for Docker / Docker Swarm Portainer CE for Kubernetes Portainer CE for

  • Azure ACI

Getting help

Portainer CE is an open source project and is supported by the community. You can purchase a compatible version

of Portainer at portainer.io

Learn more about Portainer’s community support channels here

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  • Problems: https://github.com/portainer/portainer/issues
  • Slack (chat): https://portainer.io/slack

You can join the Portainer Community by visiting community.portainer.io. This will notify you in advance of events, content and other content related to Portainer.

Report bugs and contribute

  • Want to report a bug or request a feature? Open a problem.
  • Do you want to help us build portainer? Follow our contribution guidelines to build it locally and make a request for extraction.

Security

  • Here at Portainer, we believe in responsible disclosure of security issues. If you’ve found a security issue, report it to security@portainer.io.

If

you’re a developer and our code in this repository makes sense to you, we’d love to hear from you. We’re always on the lookout for amazing developers, whether they’re freelancers or employees. Write to us to info@portainer.io with your details and/or visit our careers page.

Privacy To make sure we focus our development effort in the right places, we need to know which features are used most often. To provide us with this information, we use Matomo Analytics, which is hosted in Germany and fully GDPR compliant.

When Portainer is started for the first time, you are given the option to DISABLE scanning. If you do not choose to disable it, we collect anonymous use in accordance with our privacy policy. Please note that no personally identifiable information is sent or stored at any time and we only use the data to help us improve Portainer.

Limitations

Portainer supports “Current – 2 docker versions only. Older versions may work, however, they are not supported.

Portainer license is licensed under the zlib license. See LICENSE for reference.

Portainer also contains code from open source projects. See ATTRIBUTIONS.md for a list.

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