What is it?
Apache Brooklyn is a set of open source tools designed to make working with Docker containers as simple as a few clicks. Clocker contains Brooklyn blueprints to enable deployment and management of Docker Swarms and Kubernetes clusters. What can you do with it?
You can easily deploy production grade Docker Swarms or Kubernetes clusters to a
range of clouds (including AWS, Azure, Google Cloud, IBM Softlayer, and IBM BlueBox). You can manage and scale Swarms or clusters in real time. Automated in-life management will help keep your cluster healthy, by replacing failed nodes and auto-scaling the cluster when overloaded. This can be done as closed-loop or open-loop automation: either responding automatically, or driven by your operations team.
How to use it?
If you are new to Clocker, you can head for our
Getting Started guide. Otherwise, check out our more in-depth tutorials or simply use our yaml example to deploy a swarm cluster to an existing location.
Quick launch for Docker Swarm in AMP
Quick launch for Kubernetes cluster in AMP
Quick launch for Docker Swarm or Kubernetes in Brooklyn
For any problems please consult the
troubleshooting section. License and Support
Clocker is released under the
Apache 2 License.
If you would like a commercial support contract, or professional services assistance when trialling or using Clocker, please