Searching for Docker support, I mostly find old threads from 2015-2017 pointing to Cloudmin Pro.
We are currently since a dozen years running 4-8 virtual servers per metal root servers, each with a Virtualmin to manage the servers. We did this to allow incompatible applications to be run, and also to separate better domains.
However, this has proven to be cumbersome to manage, and a single site could still overload CPU of the virtual host or SSD disk accesses of the underlying bare metal server.
We are looking to modernize that approach using Docker (possibly with Kubernetes or Docker Swarm) directly on metal root servers, but are lacking a nice hosting-panel platform to manage a standard hosting with web, mail and all underlying services as well as security settings, like managed by Virtualmin, but running services inside docker containers instead of the virtual server where Virtualmin runs.
Is there any plans for Virtualmin to dockerize the services of a virtual domain ? (e.g. for each virtual domain: webserver in a docker, database in another, dns server in a third one, ftp server in a fourth, virtual-server’s virtualmin instance in a fifth). This could run elegantly e.g. as a Kubernetes Operator and a Kubernetes Service. Kubernetes can elegantly limit CPU and disk loads.
And if there are no plans for Virtualmin, are there any other plans or recommendations ?
Or could someone implement something like that with Virtualmin ?