Last built 2 years ago using go version go1.5 linux/amd64 and 667 seconds of time
Sailabove.com is a docker hosting solution aiming to be as flexible as a container and as elegant as a sailboat.
docker login sailabove.io # Build docker tag my-cool-project-image sailabove.io/my-app/my-cool-project-image # Ship docker push sailabove.io/my-app/my-cool-project-image # Run sail service add my-cool-project-image my-cool-project-service
chmod +x sailwill do the trick on UNix based platforms
To update it, simply run
sail automatically loads registry’s credentials from
Hence, after a succesfull push to Sailabove’s registry, there should be no
need for configuration.
docker login sailabove.io
If you wish to temporarily override a parameter, you may use
SAIL_PASSWORD to respectively force the API endpoint,
the username and the password. Additionally, these parameters may be set via
Once you have claimed your private namespace on http://labs.runabove.com/docker and
sucessfuly pushed your first image you may launch and supervice a service
from this template image. For example, taking a
my-redis Docker, let’s
sail service add my-app/my-redis-image my-app/redis-service
Watch your private cluster’s status:
sail service ps
Scale your cluster:
sail service scale my-app/redis-service --number 2
sail service rm my-app/redis-service
Sailabove’s CLI is written in Go 1.5, using the experimental vendoring mechanism introduced in this version. Make sure you are using at least version 1.5.
export GO15VENDOREXPERIMENT=1 go get github.com/runabove/sail cd $GOPATH/src/github.com/runabove/sail go build
You’ve developed a new cool feature? Fixed an annoying bug? We’d be happy to hear from you! Make sure to read CONTRIBUTING.md before.