I got this request from my colleagues if there is something like Red Hat Atomic Enterprise Tools container image available for Fedora or CentOS. The answers was no, there isn't, thus I started to work on it. I'd like to tell you what it is and why do I invest my time into it.
First of all, Fedora Tools image is meant to be used mostly on Atomic Host as there is no way to install missing tools with yum or dnf. We could create tons of small images each containing a single tool. But that would a) make it hard for users to find all the tools, b) consume more space then a single image if you decide to use many (all...) of them, c) be hard to maintain.
These 3 reasons lead us to create a single image containing big number of tools important to sysadmins, performance analysts, or just users that need man pages on Atomic Host. This image is pretty big (more than 1 GB), but can be pretty useful.
The basic information on how to use the Fedora Tools Docker image can be found in README file and I hope to provide more how-to's here soon:).
I've set up an automated build as vpavlin/fedora-tools under my namespace on Docker Hub. To try the image, you can do:
atomic run vpavlin/fedora-tools