Admiral – Management UI for Containers (Docker)

VMware Admiral is a highly scalable and very lightweight Container Management platform for deploying and managing container based applications. It is designed to have a small footprint and boot extremely quickly. Admiral is intended to provide automated deployment and lifecycle management of containers.
  • Rule-based resource management – Setup your deployment preferences to let Admiral manage container placement.
  • Live state updates – Provides a live view of your system.
  • Efficient multi-container template management – Enables logical multi-container application deployments.

Installation & Configuration

It can be run as a container(pretty simple isn’t it ). Run following command

docker run -d -p 8282:8282 –name admiral vmware/admiral

You can make sure if Admiral container is running using following command

docker ps | grep admiral

Open http://:8282 in browser

Click on Add a Host
Before you add host please ensure Remote API is enabled for the host. Please refer my previous blog  –

Fill in details and add the host

Address – http://:2375
Placement Zone – Choose default-placementzone
Login Credentials – you will need to create new and choose that

Now you can manage containers or create new if required.  Following the Admiral Container which we created
 For more information refer official Github link – Click Here 

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