There Are & Never Will Be Any Magic Solutions

Dec 11, 2014 by Jamie Dobson

I have just left Germany where in 2013 a whopping 25% of its energy was produced from renewable sources. There was nothing magical about this, it seems to me, just a dedication of the people there to align policy with ambition. It was this alignment that led to what looks like every other building being covered in solar panels.

What, you may be thinking, has this got to do with Mesos and Docker? Fair question. Listen to what William Barnes.

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Continuous Delivery with Docker and Mesos

Dec 9, 2014 by Jamie Dobson

Today and yesterday Pini, Quinten and I were busy with one of our favourite clients here on the Swiss-German border. The problem we were trying to solve was how to continuously deliver an application from development machines all the way through to staging and production where the target system is Mesos and our services are in Docker containers. We did this by locking ourselves in an old water tower for two days. The water tower had wifi.

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Understanding Volumes in Docker

Dec 9, 2014 by Adrian Mouat

This post was updated on 6 Jan 2017 to cover new versions of Docker.

It's clear from looking at the questions asked on the Docker IRC channel (#docker on Freenode), Slack and Stackoverflow that there's a lot of confusion over how volumes work in Docker. In this post, I'll try to explain how volumes work and present some best practices. Whilst this post is primarily aimed at Docker users with little to no knowledge of volumes, even.

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Container Solutions Open in Amsterdam, London and Munich

Dec 5, 2014 by Jamie Dobson

Press release:

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Interview with Luke Marsden, CTO at ClusterHQ, creators of Flocker

Dec 1, 2014 by Mark Coleman

In the first part of our new 'Tech Interview' series Container Solution's Mark Coleman talks to Luke Marsden, CTO at ClusterHQ. The interview mainly revolves around flocker, CulsterHQ's open source data management solution for Docker, and covers the tool's history, current state, and future direction.

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