- Cloud and Datacenter
- Industrial IoT and Edge
Portainer makes it easy to set up, maintain and troubleshoot your container infrastructure in the public cloud, datacenter, or via a fleet of managed Industrial IoT devices.
Control all your environments from one interface
You don’t need to have a different control panel for every environment: you can configure each of your orchestrators, monitor and maintain your clusters, and manage access permissions all from within Portainer.
With support for the most popular cloud providers, you can spin up a brand new Kubernetes environment from Portainer in just a few clicks.
From one to thousands, from Docker to Kubernetes to Nomad and more, manage all your environments from one place.
Create and manage your storage volumes, networking and resource allocation across Docker and Kubernetes from the Portainer UI.
With kubectl integration in Portainer, editing and troubleshooting your cluster is a breeze, giving you the power of the CLI when you need it.
Set up image registries in Portainer, giving users access as needed to your images. Browse and manage the registries within Portainer directly.
Using Portainer doesn’t mean giving up on other tools. You can proxy your existing tooling through Portainer to provide access with added security.
Here's a scenario:
Your infrastructure is made up of a number of different container orchestrators: you have Docker Standalone on your developers' local machines, Docker Swarm clusters in staging, UAT and production, and are wanting to move to Kubernetes in the near future. Each has a different interface and management tool, with separate login credentials and access levels.
With Portainer, you can provide your team a consistent, friendly yet powerful interface to all of your environments, no matter the orchestrator. A developer can run Portainer locally and have the same user experience when deploying their work, resulting in upskilling taking vastly less time.
Centralized authentication can be provided through your existing auth providers, giving users what they need access to through one login. IT administrators can ensure that the team has the registry access, storage resources and network configurations they need on each environment, with the ability to spin up new Kubernetes environments in the cloud to accelerate the migration. And if a specialist tool is needed, you don’t need to lose out on the access security that Portainer provides: you can proxy the tool through Portainer.