Get the 1&1 Docker Machine Driver
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The 1&1 Cloud Driver is a plugin for Docker Machine which allows you to automate the provisioning of Docker hosts on 1&1 Cloud Servers. The plugin is based on the 1&1 CloudServer Go SDK and Cloud API.
To view or contribute to this project, visit the GitHub repository.
The 1&1 Docker Machine driver can be installed either from source or from the GitHub Releases page. The driver allows you to create Docker hosts. You can specify the IP address, data center, firewall ID, and more. For more information on using Docker Machine, consult the official documentation.
The 1&1 Cloud Driver supports Docker Machine version 0.5.1 or newer. Mac OSX and Windows users can install the Docker Toolbox package, which includes the latest version of Docker Machine.
- Docker Machine 0.5.1 or a newer version
Windows and Mac OS X users may install Docker Toolbox package that includes the latest version of the Docker Machine.
From a Release
The latest version of the
docker-machine-driver-oneandone binary is available on the GithHub Releases page.
tar archive and extract it into a directory residing in your PATH. Select the binary that corresponds to your OS and according to the file name prefix:
- Linux: docker-machine-driver-oneandone-linux
- Mac OS X: docker-machine-driver-oneandone-darwin
- Windows: docker-machine-driver-oneandone-windows
To extract and install the binary, Linux and Mac users can use the Terminal and the following commands:
sudo tar -C /usr/local/bin -xvzf docker-machine-driver-oneandone*.tar.gz
If required, modify the permissions to make the plugin executable:
sudo chmod +x /usr/local/bin/docker-machine-driver-oneandone
Windows users may run the above commands without
sudo in Docker Quickstart Terminal that is installed with Docker Toolbox.
To download the repository and build the driver run the following:
go get -d -u github.com/1and1/docker-machine-driver-oneandone cd $GOPATH/src/github.com/1and1/docker-machine-driver-oneandone make build
To use the driver run:
This command will install the driver into
Otherwise, set your PATH environment variable correctly. For example:
If you are running Windows, you may also need to install GNU Make, Bash shell and a few other Bash utilities available with Cygwin.