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duglin / cf-docker

The Cloud Foundry Docker Buildpack is a buildpack that allows you to deploy Docker applications to a Docker host via the Cloud Foundry interface. Any Docker application, not just HTTP webapps, can be deployed using this. While the application is hosted outside of the Cloud Foundry DEAs, the application management aspects of Cloud Foundry (e.g. health manager, scaling, env vars for service binding info) will still be used and available to your Docker-hosted application.

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A Docker Image for Graph Analytics on Neo4j with Apache Spark GraphX

A Docker Image for Graph Analytics on Neo4j with Apache Spark GraphX | Pipeless Water - for personal use | Scoop.it

This docker image is a great addition to Neo4j if you're looking to do easy PageRank or community detection on your graph data. Additionally, the results of the graph analysis are applied back to Neo4j.

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Tuesdays with Corey: Docker in Azure - Part Two

Part Two of Two! Corey is back with more information on Microsoft’s partnership with Docker.
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Build Your Own Atomic Updates

Over the past several weeks, teams within the CentOS and Fedora projects have been establishing the processes needed to produce Atomic Host variants of their respective distributions.

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From zero to fully working CI server in less than 10 minutes with Drone & Docker

10 minutes. This is all you need. In fact, there is an extra buffer in those 10 minutes to get your configuration working.

10 minutes is by order of magnitude less time than it would take you to get a Jenkins server up & running. I have never been a fan of Jenkins, and probably won't ever be, but let's keep this for another post, maybe.

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Is Docker The Right Abstraction For PaaS?

Is Docker The Right Abstraction For PaaS? | Pipeless Water - for personal use | Scoop.it

Docker seems like the obvious choice for PaaS. Engineers building PaaS solutions are excited by it and many developers are banging down the door demanding it. There is no doubt every PaaS worth its salt will, at some point in the near future, implement mechanisms for developers to drop in their pre-built Docker images - or at least a Dockerfile.

But let's take a step back from this euphoria for a minute and look at the bigger picture. Is this really the right abstraction for developers? Docker brings a lot to the table, but as with everything there are pros and cons. So what do we lose here?

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Can't wait for Docker on Windows? Try Spoon

Can't wait for Docker on Windows? Try Spoon | Pipeless Water - for personal use | Scoop.it

Those waiting impatiently for Docker's container technology to be available natively in Windows might have to drum their fingers a while longer, given the amount of work still needed to make that happen. In the meantime, other parties are preparing similar, if not inherently compatible, technologies for Windows.

 

Spoon app-containerization technology for Windows offers some Docker technology, but with an emphasis on desktop apps.

 

 

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Your First Docker Image & Container (Ubuntu + NodeJS)

I am learning more about Docker and working on getting into my production workloads at work, but I wanted to share some basic Docker information and help everyone get setup with a simple Docker running Ubuntu 14.04 with NodeJS.

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Using Puppet Enterprise with Containers

Using Puppet Enterprise with Containers | Pipeless Water - for personal use | Scoop.it
In recent months we’ve received a lot of questions about how Puppet Enterprise works with containers. We have some really helpful resources for using Docker (like the Puppet Approved module), and I’d also like to point you toward the awesome talks given at this year's PuppetConf.
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Docker for Developers - Jérôme Petazzoni

This talk is part of Cerner's Tech Talk series. Check us out at http://engineering.cerner.com/ and @CernerEng

Thanks to Docker, almost every developer can now easily use containers to build, ship, and run any application, anywhere. How does Docker help with those challenges? What does a "Dockerized" development workflow look like?

We will talk about the origins and history of Docker, explain its technical foundations, describe a few use-cases, and spend some time explaining how to use it efficiently to achieve fast, reproducible software deployments. Demos will abound.

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How secure is Docker? If you're not running version 1.3.2, NOT VERY

A nasty vulnerability has been discovered in the Docker application containerization software for Linux that could allow an attacker to gain elevated privileges and execute code remotely on affected systems.

The bug, which has been corrected in Docker 1.3.2, affects all previous versions of the software.

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Vagrant with Docker: How to set up Postgres, Elasticsearch and Redis on Mac OS X

Vagrant with Docker: How to set up Postgres, Elasticsearch and Redis on Mac OS X | Pipeless Water - for personal use | Scoop.it
After some time spent looking at Docker from afar, hearing everyone talk about how awesome it is and how all the cool kids are already using it. I decided to test drive Docker out by using it in my development environment. In this post I will describe how to set up Postgres, Elasticsearch, and Redis as Docker containers with Vagrant on Mac OS X.
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Building Docker Java App images with Maven

It has been a while since Docker was introduced as a stable platform for container management. Over the time various ways and procedures of how to deploy Java applications evolved as well. Several plugins in Maven or Gradle world emerged.

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Internet of Things and Docker By FutureChips | DevOpsSummit [#DevOps #IoT]

Internet of Things and Docker By FutureChips | DevOpsSummit [#DevOps #IoT] | Pipeless Water - for personal use | Scoop.it

Collecting data in the field and configuring multitudes of unique devices is a time-consuming, labor-intensive process that can stretch IT resources.

 

Horan & Bird [H&B], Australia's fifth-largest Solar Panel Installer, wanted to automate sensor data collection and monitoring from its solar panels and integrate the data with its business and marketing systems.

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Future of Modern Software by Solomon Hykes

Day 2 closing keynote by Solomon Hykes, founder of Docker (formerly dotCloud), and the creator of the Docker open source initiative.
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Docker Clustering on Mesos with Marathon

Mesosphere makes it easy to launch and scale Docker containers in production using Apache Mesos and Marathon. Our new screencast demonstrates step-by-step how to accomplish this.

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What is Docker and why use it?

 In this article we will talk about:


– the need for containerization
– Docker’s benefits and best use cases
– containerization alternatives in the market
– going into production with Docker in enterprise-grade environments

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Docker container - Can software containerisation disrupt CIOs?

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Docker has appeared seemingly out of nowhere, not quite fully formed, but interesting enough to gather around it a massive ecosystem of supporting technology companies, millions of fans and huge dollops of venture capital. For those who have missed the buzz, it makes containerisation of software a doddle, with the result it can be deployed in seconds on any supporting platform.
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Docker for Java Developers: How to sandbox your app in a clean environment

Docker for Java Developers: How to sandbox your app in a clean environment | Pipeless Water - for personal use | Scoop.it

In this post, we’ll discuss what Docker is, what you can do with it, what you can (but probably don’t want to) do with it, and how to think about the soup that is Docker.

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Docker Enables DevOps

Some tools such as Chef and Jenkins are used by engineers in ops to great effect. Rarely though, a technology brings a paradigm to the masses. 

Docker, like cloud virtualization is of this more rare breed.

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Create your own Docker image (Tech Tip #57)

Docker image is made up of multiple layers where each layer provides some functionality, and a higher layer can add functionality on top of it. For example, Docker mounts the root filesystem as read-only layer and then adds a read-write layer on top of it. All these layers are combined together using Union Mount to provide application operating environment.

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From Vaadin to Docker, a novice’s journey

I’m a huge Vaadin fan and I’ve created a Github workshop I can demo at conferences. A common issue with such kind of workshops is that attendees have to prepare their workstations in advance… and there’s always a significant part of them that comes with not everything ready. At this point, two options are available to the speaker: either wait for each of the attendee to finish the preparation – too bad for the people who took the time at home to do that, or start anyway – and lose the not-ready part.

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