Docker has revolutionized the way we deploy and manage applications, but sometimes navigating through Docker commands and container status can be overwhelming. Enter LazyDocker – a terminal-based UI for Docker that simplifies the Docker experience. In this guide, we’ll walk you through the installation process of LazyDocker on your system.
What is LazyDocker?
LazyDocker is an open-source, interactive terminal UI for Docker and Docker Compose. It provides a visual representation of your Docker containers, images, volumes, and networks, making it easier to manage and monitor your Dockerized applications.
Installing using brew
Installing lazydocker is a straight forward process using brew. Run following command.
brew install lazydocker
This will install the lazydocker.
Run following command to open the Terminal UI of the lazydocker
Voila!! You can now manage docker containers more efficiently using the lazydocker UI