Portainer is an open-source lightweight management UI which allows you to easily manage your Docker containers, images, networks and volumes.
To access Portainer, visit https://portainer.yourdomain.com
3. Initial Setup
The first time you go to the Portainer page, you will be presented with the message "Please create the initial administrator user.". Fill in your preferred admin username and password. Click
On this first visit when you set up the admin user, you will be logged in automagically. On future visits, you will be asked to log in with your username and password.
On the "Connect Portainer to the Docker environment you want to manage." screen, select
Local: Manage the local Docker environmentand click
Note: Don't be confused by "local" in this context. It is referring to the relationship between the Docker instance you're managing [on your Cloudbox] and this instance of Portainer [also on your Cloudbox]. These things are local to each other on your Cloudbox server, wherever that is. They may be remote from you, but they are local to each other. Pay no mind to what looks like a warning at the bottom. Cloudbox has already taken care of that.
Portainer is now setup.