One-Click apps make it easy for you to deploy fully-configured apps in the cloud. Today, we’ve added seven new apps to our growing library, furthering our mission of making the cloud simpler and more accessible to everyone.
Each of these apps helps you get up-and-running quickly with customizable deployments designed for your respective workloads:
Create, Deploy, and Manage Containers with Docker Docker makes it easier to create, deploy, and run applications by using containers. Using containers, you can combine an application’s software components and dependencies into a single package (code, libraries, runtime, system settings, and dependencies). This process guarantees your application will always run the same and makes collaboration as simple as sharing a container image.
Automate Your Processes with Jenkins Jenkins is the leading open-source automation server, provides users with hundreds of plugins to support building, deploying, and automating any project. Jenkins integrates with practically every tool in the continuous integration and continuous delivery toolchain, making it easy to create jobs to automate your existing workloads.
Query, Visualize and Understand Metrics with Grafana Grafana is an open-source monitoring solution that allows you to query, visualize, alert on, and understand metrics no matter where they are stored. Grafana is commonly used to help users and teams create, explore, and share monitoring dashboards for infrastructure or applications.
Collect and Analyze Your Data with Prometheus Prometheus is an open-source system monitoring and altering toolkit that is part of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation. Prometheus collects metrics from configurable data points at given intervals, evaluates rule expressions, and can trigger alerts if some condition is observed.
Get Web Servers Up and Running Quickly with LEMP The LEMP stack uses Linux, NGINX, MySQL/MariaDB, and PHP. LEMP provides a platform for applications that is compatible with the LAMP stack for nearly all applications that you can deploy on your Linode in a single click.
Use a Secure Proxy to Protect Internet Traffic with Shadowsocks Shadowsocks is a lightweight SOCKS5 web proxy tool designed to protect your Internet traffic. Unlike other proxy software, Shadowsocks traffic is designed to be both indiscernible from other traffic to third-party monitoring tools and can disguise itself as a normal direct connection.
Manage Databases with MySQL MySQL is the world’s most popular open-source database management system used for web and server applications.
The release of these seven new apps in Cloud Manager is another step toward fulfilling a commitment we made at the end of 2019 to build a robust marketplace that helps developers get their own apps up and running quickly with one-click deployments.
Stay tuned as we get closer to the launch of our new Marketplace.
What does the Docker OCA do? I’d love to see that explained above and on the OCA description within the Cloud manager.
I don’t see much added value in a Linode that comes pre-installed with Docker alone, which is basically `apt-get install docker` (to be fair, it is a little more complicated).
It would be interesting for this OCA to come pre-bundled with Linode opinionated components related to Docker, like the docker-volume-linode and docker-machine-driver-linode plugins and to have that detail included in the OCA.
Hey Marques! You’re right in that it is a fairly vanilla Docker install. (For context: you can see the Stackscript itself in your Cloud Manager at: https://cloud.linode.com/stackscripts/607433)
Great suggestion regarding including things like the docker-volume-linode and docker-machine-driver-linode plugins. I’ve passed this on to the team for consideration.
I’m the founder of ZoomAdmin, it’s a modern hosting control panel. How do we get it into your 1-click marketplace?
Hey Michael! I passed your request along to the One-Click App team. While I can’t promise integration, we’re working on developing a One-Click Marketplace in 2020 and would be happy to review yours:
In the meantime, feel free to send more detailed info about your app to email@example.com so that we have a direct method of contact for you.