Containers Tab: Container Image

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For Applications tab under Remote Device Properties, see Applications Tab.

The Containers tab lists any containers that have been started from this container image.

This page displays the following columns (listed alphabetically). Some columns are displayed by default and others can be displayed through the column chooser. To manage columns and other UI options, see the topics under Managing Columns in a Table.

Table 1. Containers tab details
Field Description

Displays the Docker CMD instruction that was specified for the container.

Container host

The name of the host running the Docker service; or, in a Kubernetes environment, the name of the Kubernetes worker node. You can click on the container host link to open its Inventory Device Properties page.

Container ID

Unique identifier of the container. (Where the row displays either an image or a pod for which there is no container, this value remains blank.)


Displays the Docker ENTRYPOINT instruction that was specified for the container.

Last used date

For any containers with the Status = Running, the Last used date shows the most recent date that a reconcile occurred. When the container is not Running, the Last used date displays the date that the container stopped running.


The name of a container that has been started from this container image.

Repository tags
The repository tag(s) of this container or image. Tags typically identify different versions of a Docker image. This value is only populated when the Type is:
  • Image — displays any repository tags associated with this image
  • Container — the repository tag for the image used to launch this container, which is most often the same as the tag associated with the image, but may be different where one of multiple tags was selected.
Displays the last reported status for either a Docker container, or a Kubernetes pod. May be any of:
  • Created
  • Dead
  • Exited
  • Failed (available only within a Kubernetes cluster)
  • Paused
  • Pending (available only within a Kubernetes cluster)
  • Removing
  • Restarting
  • Running
  • Succeeded (available only within a Kubernetes cluster)
  • Unknown.
For further information please refer to either of the following:
You can select any application record and click Open to view the Application Properties for the selected application. You can also click the Product link to view the application properties.

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