The Problem At RelateIQ, we recently had some issues with our development environment. We migrated our entire search infrastructure over to Elasticsearch and made some changes to MongoDB. Building and testing code was quickly becoming very cumbersome. And did I mention it took an entire day to set it up for new hires? Long story short, productivity... View Article
Containerization is the new virtualizationA new book by James Turnbull designed for SysAdmins, Operations staff, Developers and DevOps who are interested in deploying the open source LXC-based container service Docker™.
Last week, I posted Part I of our “Docker Dev Environment in 24 Hours” series. Today, in Part II, I’ll cover how we built our environment with the goal of helping you get some ideas or even recreate the process on your own. You can get all the files mentioned here in our public github repo: https://github.com/relateiq/docker_public.... View Article
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