Our Favorite Tools for Monitoring Container Updates

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  • dockcheck

    A script checking updates for docker images without pulling - then selectively auto-update some/all containers.

    But recently I came across this awesome project called DockCheck that lists out the containers that can be updated. It's still in early development, so there's no notifications yet. But, it's based on a script you can run from the terminal yup update all, or a selected container.

  • renovate

    Universal dependency update tool that fits into your workflows.

    It does have a regex manager so if you can write a regex you can get it working. Here is an example.

  • InfluxDB

    Access the most powerful time series database as a service. Ingest, store, & analyze all types of time series data in a fully-managed, purpose-built database. Keep data forever with low-cost storage and superior data compression.

  • DCW

    Hi, Just wantes you to know I just published my new image with exporter functionality https://github.com/Palleri/DCW Its a completely new image palleri/dcw:latest so make sure you read the the guide. Still in alpha stage, but it should work as intended.

  • Argus

    Argus is a lightweight monitor to notify of new software releases via Gotify/Slack/other messages and/or WebHooks.

    https://github.com/release-argus/Argus is another alternative

  • diun

    Receive notifications when an image is updated on a Docker registry

  • dockcheck-slim

    A notification service for new docker images.

    Ah yes diun looks very promising. I've not really had the practical need for notifications to set anything up.. yet. But I would remiss if I didn't tip you about the latest creation by u/Palleri - dockcheck-slim which have scaled down to an alpine base and using apprise to support a long list of notifications. Without the web front.

  • k8s_homelab

    A K3s cluster defined as code.

    Hmm I can’t say for sure. This is the most complex tag I have.

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