Vessel is a portable web operating system distribution. By deploying the vessel machine you have pre-configured servers such as Portainer, Owncloud, Jenkins, Redis, LAMP, Ubuntu XFCE with noVNC, MySQL and more!
We have developed Vessel as a quick, easy to use standalone machine with embedded servers and desktop functionalities. Vessel is the ideal lab tool for developers and system operators that need to have a consolidated and cost effective environment.
After the server is up and running you can go to the services URI and Port. Below there is a list of installed packages. Go to the App Instructions to get the default credentials (Remember to change ALL user and passwords values after the first login and before using the server to any real workload)
Pre installed apps:
After the server is up and running you can go to the services URI and Port. Below there is a list of installed packages and default credentials
Quick Link's page http://<SERVER_IP>:8082/
Container Control Panel (Portainer) http://<SERVER_IP>:9000/#!/1/docker/containers
LAMP Wordpress url: http://<SERVERIP>:80/ url: http://<SERVERIP>:443/
Ubuntu XFCE url: http://<SERVER_IP>:6080/ default pass: vncvnc
Jenkins url: http://<SERVER_IP>:8083/ admin pass: 0a02596cbe014b2f9e3ff644bbb6d55f
Portainer url: http://<SERVER_IP>:9000/ user: admin pass: 1a@$827srw
Mysql uri: <SERVER_IP>:3306 admin user: root admin password: mysqladm
default user: docker default pass: docker default database: docker
url: http://<SERVER_IP>:8081/login admin user: admin admin pass: admin
You can build your own machine by creating a fork in our GitHub repository https://github.com/matheussantana/vessel or use one of the official server template builds. We are also developing support for several formats such as self hosted (Physical, XEN, KVM, VirtualBox, VMWare) and shared public cloud providers (Vultr, AWS, Azure and Google). If you want to help send us a message!