A public demo is available at demo.portainer.io.
Use the username demo and password tryportainer when prompted.
Please note that the demo cluster is reset every 15min.
Portainer gives you access to a central overview of your Docker host or Swarm cluster. From the dashboard, you can easily access any manageable entity.
The containers section provides a view of all available containers. You can see details about the containers (state, image, exposed ports...), filter or sort the containers and manage them using standard actions (start, run, remove...).
You can access a lot more information in the container details section and trigger common operations, access the stats and logs sections, start an exec instance to open a console in your container or even commit a container to create an image.
Portainer allows you to view container stats in realtime: CPU and memory usage, networking and processes running in the container.
Easily investigate the behaviour of your container by inspecting its logs.
Portainer allows you to start an exec instance which allows you to open a console in your container directly in your browser.
Access the container creation form, which allows you to simply create your containers. It also gives you access to advanced container creation options.
The images section provides a view of all available images. You can easily pull new image from the Docker hub or a private registry and easily manage all your images.
Access a lot more information in the image details section from the size of the image to the related Dockerfile information. You can also manage image tags and push it to any registry (either Docker hub or any private registry).
The networks section provides a view of all available networks. Easily manage your networks from a centralized view or quickly create new networks.
As for the networks, you can easily manage the available volumes from this section and create more volumes.
Portainer allows you to quickly deploy container from our curated template list. Deploying a httpd web server or a MySQL database is just 2 clicks away !
When using Portainer with Docker Swarm, this section gives your more details on each node in your cluster.
Using the freshly released swarm mode? Use Portainer to manage your services and easily scale them.