Simply post your Dockers and try say what your use case is:
Apt-Cacher-ng - Proxy for Ubuntu VMs, think of it like steamcache
bazarr - (testing) haven’t messed much with this yet
calibre-web - Calibre interface
Clarkson - Interface for capturing gas/mileage etc
Cloud9 - (testing) Coding interface for AWS stuff, testing this against VS Code
ddclient - dynamic dns backup
duckdns - primary dynamic dns
dupeguru - find those duplicate files on your array
funkwhale - really whips the llama’s ass
gitea - code repo
glances - look into system internals on your unraid box aka “what docker is misbehaving”
grocy - (testing) Grocery/pantry management
heimdall - quick n dirty ui for your services
krusader - file management webui
magicmirror - dashboard stuff (use with a pi or always on display)
mariadb - it’s a database
nzbget - reads news articles
openvpn-as - remote in to the network
plex - watch my dog videos
radarr - finds dog videos
RDP-Calibre - ebook management
resilio-sync - used for SB.net file sync
rutorrent - yep
smokeping - is my network acting up? Is yours?
sonarr - finds my dog shows
tautulli - tells me what people are watching my dog videos
I know there are more people out there using Docker. Come share your stuff!
ill cover what hasnt been mentioned above:
Bitwarden = my own private self-hosted Lastpass
Duplicati = Cloud backups
Filebot = Part of my media management workflow
Ghost = a website CMT
Gitlab = selfhosting my scripts
Postgresql = I prefer it to Mariadb or mysql
Pritunl = My VPN server
Taisun = a lightweight container based VDI solution I am trying out.
Excluding containers already mentioned,
Ombi - A movie/TV request server. Allows users of my Plex server to request new shows or movies. Integrates directly with both Radarr and Sonarr so it can be downloaded immediately.
InfluxDB - A time-series database used for recording data from Home-Assistant & Glances
Grafana - A graphing and analytics program to create graphs, trends, and charts from the InfluxDB data.
SyncLounge - A server that allows groups to simultaneously watch Plex content. It allows for group pausing (so everyone stays in sync) and a group chat.
This is what I am using so far about a week in.
In addition to this I run pfSense where my openVPN, pfBlocker, Acme, and HaProxy live
My Docker use has expanded a bit since my last post so I figured I would share the progression
I am still using pfSense where my openVPN, pfBlocker, Acme, and HaProxy live
Both systems have their own UPS’s