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dockyard 0.2.2.dev1

CLI helper for development using Vagrant + Docker

Dockyard CLI

Light-weight CLI for development using Vagrant + Docker
GitHub <https:"" smysnk="" dockyard="">

## Concept + Motivation

Using [Vagrant]( + [Docker]( together you can create identical development environments regardless of the host OS.

Dockyard CLI helps solve some of the following problems:

#### Grunt work getting this utopia setup
- $ vagrant up - Create a new vagrant vm and configure it for docker
- $ docker build . - Create the docker containers required to run your application

#### Interacting with Docker from your host OS
To interact with docker you need to be inside your Vagrant VM.
It would be nice if you could pass through commands to Docker from your host OS.

#### Running Docker images in certain formations
After you have your base Docker images created, you will want to create formations and wire them together.
You will want to be able to use DNS names in your Docker images to connect them to each other exactly as they would be in production.

#### Deploying your Dockyard formations to Production (eg. AWS)
When you're ready to move to Testing or Production you will want to push your Docker containers to staging servers / cloud.

## Installation

In the future I plan to make this project as an installable tool that is available on system path;
however, currently it requires a file (eg. be created in the root directory of your project.
This project is to then be included in your project under the directory 'dockyard'.
For an example of this, see my [Webstack Demo Project](


import dockyard

cli = dockyard.Cli()

## Webstack usage

$ ./
usage: [-h] [--version] {docker,dockyard,stack} ...

Dockyard CLI

positional arguments:
docker Execute Docker related tasks from the host
dockyard Dockyard related operations
stack Stack related commands, can combine vagrant + docker
commands into a single command


## Dockyard
- For starting formations of docker containers - under development

$ ./ dockyard
usage: dockyard [-h] {init,list,start,stop} ...

positional arguments:
Docker operations help
init Initialize Dockyard
list List active Dockyards
start Start dockyard(s)
stop Stop dockyard(s)

## Stack
- All in one commands for getting up and going fast

$ ./ stack
usage: stack [-h] {up,down,start,stop} ...

positional arguments:
{up,down,start,stop} Stack operations
up Create Vagrant VM, build Docker containers
down Destroy Vagrant VM
start Start a dock configuration
stop Stop a dock configuration

## Docker
- Control docker from outside of a Vagrant container
- More logical grouping of Docker commands

usage: docker [-h] {command,build,image,container} ...

positional arguments:
Docker operations help
command Execute command
build Build images
image Image operations
container Container operations

### Docker command pass-through
- Execute any native docker commands

usage: docker command [-h] arg [arg ...]

positional arguments:
arg Execution arguments

### Build docker images
- Uses Dockyard conventions for building single or all docker containers

$ ./ docker build
usage: docker build [-h] docker [docker ...]

positional arguments:
docker Docker container names

### Image commands
- Common docker image commands

$ ./ docker image
usage: docker image [-h] {list,remove,create,run,history} ...

positional arguments:
Image operations
list List images
remove Remove image(s)
create Create image(s)
run Run image(s)
history Kill container(s)

### Container commands
- Common container commands

$ ./ docker container
usage: docker container [-h] {list,kill} ...

positional arguments:
{list,kill} Container operations
list List container(s)
kill Kill container(s)
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