What is Powerstrip?
Powerstrip is implemented as a configurable, pluggable HTTP proxy for the Docker API which lets you plug multiple Docker extension prototypes into the same Docker daemon. For example, you can have a storage adapter (e.g. Flocker) running alongside a networking adapter (e.g. Weave), all playing nice with your choice of orchestration framework.
Powerstrip is a tool in the Container Tools category of a tech stack.
Powerstrip is an open source tool with 306 GitHub stars and 31 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Powerstrip's open source repository on GitHub
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