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Video: libswarm Interview With Solomon Hykes (1h11m)

By Phil Whelan, June 19, 2014

Video: libswarm Interview With Solomon Hykes (1h11m)

During his keynotes at Dockercon 2014, Solomon Hykes introduced the next lego brick to follow Docker - "libswarm".

Category: stackato

Two Factors to Docker's Success

By Ho Ming Li, June 17, 2014

Dockercon 2014 I recently attended DockerCon 2014, the first Docker conference hosted by Docker Inc. The atmosphere was vibrant with lots of contributors and partners in the community actively participating. This conference had it all -- filled with exciting demonstrations, significant announcements, educational sessions, and lots of meaningful discussions around containerization technologies. Thanks for having us.

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libswarm - Docker Orchestration Announced

By Phil Whelan, June 10, 2014

libswarm - Docker Orchestration Announced A year ago, Docker was announced. Thanks to our 3 plus years experience working with Linux containers, ActiveState could clearly see its potential and understand Solomon Hykes' vision for the future of containerization. We wasted no time making Docker part of Stackato.

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Report from Gluecon: APIs and Docker

By Bernard Golden, May 27, 2014

Gluecon 2014

I've just spent two days attending Gluecon and am leaving with my head buzzing with information, insights, and speculation about where the IT industry is heading.

I attended a couple of years ago, and at the time, observed two things:

Tags: API, docker, gluecon
Category: stackato

Docker + Stackato: The Perfect Workload Portability Solution

By Bernard Golden, May 1, 2014

DockerIf you work in technology, you’d have to have been under a rock to have not heard about Docker. In a nutshell, Docker provides a lightweight container for code that can be installed onto a Linux system, providing both an execution environment for applications and partitioning to securely segregate sets of application code from one another.

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Wasted IT Resources

By Phil Whelan, April 28, 2014

Wasted IT Resources David Rubinstein's post "Industry Watch: Be resilient as you PaaS" makes a very good point about underutilized hardware in IT data-centers.

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Docker and Cloud Foundry

By Phil Whelan, April 8, 2014

Docker and Cloud Foundry In this post I will give an overview of where you might find Docker integration within the Cloud Foundry ecosystem. We will look at Decker, Stackato and Diego.

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Brandon Philips Explains etcd

By Phil Whelan, March 18, 2014

Switchboard Last month I spoke with Ben Golub, CEO of Docker Inc. We briefly discussed service discovery and how it relates to Docker. A close cousin of Docker is etcd, since etcd and Docker seem to swim in the same circles.

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Ben Golub Explains Docker Inc

By Phil Whelan, February 27, 2014

Docker Inc Last June I met with Solomon Hykes from dotCloud to talk about Docker. We discussed what Docker was, who was using it and the potential it had to change how things are done. A lot has changed since then for both the technology and for dotCloud.

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Deploying your own Private Docker Registry

By Matthew Fisher, January 21, 2014

ship with containersThis blog post shows how you can deploy your own private Docker Registry behind your firewall with SSL encryption and HTTP authentication. A Docker Registry is a service which you can push Docker images to for storage and sharing. We will be installing the registry on Ubuntu, but it should work on any operating system that supports upstart.

Category: stackato
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