Collection of lightweight and ready-to-use docker images

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Collection of lightweight and ready-to-use docker images

Images

  • Beanstalkd - Lightweight image of the latest beanstalkd version
  • Beanstalkd-Console - Admin console for Beanstalk queue server
  • Hugin - Hugin & Panorama tools
  • Jekyll - Lightweight jekyll working environment
  • Latex - Full texlive distribution
  • Mailcatcher - Extra small mailcatcher image
  • mysql-backup-s3 - Backup MySQL to S3 (supports periodic backups)
  • nginx-envtpl - Nginx image with support for environment variables using envtpl
  • NodeJS - Minimal NodeJS + NPM image
  • Octave - Lightweight octave development environment
  • OpenCV - Lightweight ready-to use OpenCV image
  • postgres-backup-s3 - Backup PostgresSQL to S3 (supports periodic backups)
  • Redis-Commander - Redis management tool
  • Rust - Lightweight nightly Rust build including Cargo and GDB
  • swagger-ui - Swagger UI 2.1.2 with API_URL and API_KEY injection (45 MB)
  • s3cmd - Lightweight wrapper around s3cmd
  • thumbor-nginx-cors - Nginx image for thumbor with CORS support

FAQ

Why do you use install.sh scripts instead of putting the commands in the Dockerfile?

Structuring an image this way keeps it much smaller.