Docker Containers Inside Primary Storage

Docker Containers Inside Primary Storage

Uncontained Performance, Agility: Docker Containers Inside Primary Storage We expect containers to be transient in nature, and that includes the storage assigned to a container. However, in order for a container to ...
| | aws, data storage, zadara
CenturyLink open sources its own Docker dog food

CenturyLink open sources its own Docker dog food

There are many companies that are parasites on the open source community. They take, take, take but don’t give anything back to the open source community in spite of their protests that ...
CloudBees and Jenkins support Kubernetes with 3 new plugins

CloudBees and Jenkins support Kubernetes with 3 new plugins

In conjunction with the release of Kubernetes v1.0 and the formation of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, CloudBees, the enterprise Jenkins company and managers of the Jenkins community announced three new plugins ...
| | docker, jenkins, kk, kubernetes
Will Rancher change container clouds?

Will Rancher change container clouds?

Using Docker on a local machine or VM on an ad-hoc basis is OK. But as soon as you involve other team members and the delivery chain it simply cannot work. This ...
| | dockercon, orchestration
Migrating to a Container based Microservice architecture

Migrating to a Container based Microservice architecture

One of the things we hear over and over again about DevOps, Containers and Microservices is “Sounds great, but how do we get started?” You don’t just add water and watch it ...
Docker is a tidal wave: Ride it or drown

Docker is a tidal wave: Ride it or drown

Docker is to containers what Kleenex is to facial tissue, Coca Cola is to soda, and QTips is to cotton swabs—the brand is essentially synonymous with its underlying product. The meteoric rise ...
Container no-brainer? Tectonic combines CoreOS stack & Kubernetes for the enterprise

Container no-brainer? Tectonic combines CoreOS stack & Kubernetes for the enterprise

Enterprises interested in leveraging Google-esque infrastructure with containers may be interested in Tectonic, “the commercial Kubernetes platform” that combines the CoreOS open-source stack with Kubernetes so that the enterprise can run containers much ...
| | coreos, kubernetes
Containers: Passing fad or tech nirvana?

Containers: Passing fad or tech nirvana?

Linux containers are hot right now in software development. But are they just a passing fad or something more substantial? I’m reminded of a childhood experience that might help make the answer ...
VMware’s Project Bonneville streamlines Docker container workflow

VMware’s Project Bonneville streamlines Docker container workflow

Earlier this week VMware shared news about Project Bonneville at DockerCon. Project Bonneville is a native container solution developed for VMware’s hypervisor to integrate Docker containers more tightly in the virtual infrastructure ...
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Did Docker grow so big it forgot its original vision?

Did Docker grow so big it forgot its original vision?

Docker went quickly from obscurity to ubiquity. A couple years ago the company didn’t exist and now it’s established as the de facto standard for container technologies—integrated in almost every platform and ...