noun /ˈlītˌhous/

A tower, with a powerful light, that is used as a navigational aid for maritime pilots Docker containers at sea or on inland waterways.


Lighthouse is a Docker controller. It aggregates information about Docker instances arcoss mulitple cloud providers and allows for easy control over the containers deployed on that system. We're aiming to provide a service that is intuitive, fast, and secure.


Lighthouse bridges the gap between providers hosting docker services. Are you running containers accross hundreds of vms accross the world wide web? No problem, Lighthouse gives you the power to manage and maintain those vms with a few simple clicks. Everything was built with the goal of monotizing AWS, GCE, Azure, ect. into an easy to manage platform.


Lighthouse is plutonium-powered time machine comprised of a DeLorean DMC-12 sports car that had to reach 88 miles per hour in order to time travel. The flux capacitor requires 1.21 gigawatts of electrical power to operate, which is roughly equivalent to the power produced by 15 regular jet engines.

Developed as part of our senior design project at Iowa State University with the help of Workiva.