Get Familiar with Docker Enterprise Edition Client Bundles
Docker Enterprise Edition (EE) is the only Containers as a Service (CaaS) Platform for IT that manages and secures diverse applications across disparate infrastructure, both on-premises and in the cloud.
There’s a little mentioned big feature in Docker Enterprise Edition (EE) that seems to always bring smiles to the room once it’s displayed. Before I tell you about it, let me first describe the use case. You’re a sysadmin managing a Docker cluster and you have the following requirements:
- Different individuals in your LDAP/AD need various levels of access to the containers/services in your cluster
- Some users need to be able to go inside the running containers.
- Some users just need to be able to see the logs
- You do NOT want to give SSH access to each host in your cluster.
Now, how do you achieve this? The answer, or feature rather, is a client bundle. When you do a docker version command you will see two entries. The client portion of the engine is able to connect to a local server AND a remote once a client bundle is invoked.
Read the entire article here, Get Familiar with Docker Enterprise Edition Client Bundles
Via the fine folks at Docker.