How To Install DC/OS on Packet or other Bare Metal Environments

Aug 21, 2017 by Frank Scholten

In this blog I will describe how to install DC/OS on Packet, the bare metal cloud, using the advanced DC/OS installer. I like the advanced installer because it gives a better understanding of the DC/OS installation process than the GUI and CLI installers. In summary the installation consists of creating a few Packet CentOS 7 devices, configuration files and running some shell commands to install all DC/OS packages. Read on for the nitty.

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Securing Microservices with Docker from Adrian Mouat - Part 2

Jul 28, 2017 by Anne Currie

Last week, Adrian Mouat, Docker captain & author of “Using Docker” gave a webinar on using Docker to secure your microservice containers. The webinar was a teaser for a 2 day training session by Adrian and Sam Newman (author of “Building Microservices” in Amsterdam on the 31 July and London on the 30 August. I’ll include booking links below, there are still a couple of spaces spare on both courses.

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Kubernetes Comes to ImageWolf

Jul 27, 2017 by Hamish Hutchings

ImageWolf now has support for Kubernetes! We even made a video (see below). If you want to see the code though, you can find it in its normal place.

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Securing Microservices with Docker from Adrian Mouat - Part 1

Jul 27, 2017 by Anne Currie

Last week, the excellent Adrian Mouat, Docker captain & author of “Using Docker” gave a webinar on how to use Docker to secure your microservice containers. The webinar was a teaser for a 2 day training session by Adrian and Sam Newman (author of “Building Microservices”) in Amsterdam on the 31 July and London on the 30 August. I’ll include booking links below, there are still a couple of spaces spare on both courses, which should be very.

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Lean Go Containers with Multi-Stage Dockerfiles

Jul 18, 2017 by Cyle Riggs

On June 28 Docker 17.06 CE was released, which among other improvements adds support for multi-stage image builds. While traditional docker builds had to use a single container for their work and output, multi-stage builds allow the use of intermediate containers to generate artifacts. Artifacts from intermediate containers are then copied into the final build image, meaning one needn’t ship the intermediate tools in the final image. While.

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