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Getting Started with Tutum (aka, Docker Cloud)

More and more teams are adopting Docker at almost every step of the app lifecycle with its promises to make the lives of both developers and sysadmins much easier. That being said, there is one part of that lifecycle that hasn’t always had a clear story: deploying your containers to production. This is where Tutum, now known as Docker Cloud, ...

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Using Swarm with Calico on Docker Machine

In 2015, Docker announced their plugin system and revealed a list of early network and storage integrators. During Docker Global Hackday #3, we started playing with Swarm and Calico — however the tooling and integration at that stage made it difficult to implement. Thanks to the hard work of contributors to both projects, the barrier to entry for implementing Swam ...

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Docker Service Discovery On Microsoft Azure – Docker Java App Load Balanced By Nginx Or Apache HTTP, Mongo Replica Set And Hazelcast Cluster

This project covers three service discovery use cases in Docker application deployments — including Nginx & Apache HTTP Server load balancing, Mongo Replica Set and Hazelcast Cluster. The service discovery framework in DCHQ provides event-driven life-cycle stages that executes custom scripts to re-configure application components. This is critical when scaling out clusters for which a load balancer may need to ...

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A Step By Step Guide For Deploying & Managing A PHP Application On Docker LAMP, LAPP, And LAOP Stacks

To run & manage the 9 PHP application templates (LAMP, LAPP, and LAOP Stacks) in this project on 13 different clouds and virtualization platforms (including vSphere, OpenStack, AWS, Rackspace, Microsoft Azure, Google Compute Engine, DigitalOcean, IBM SoftLayer, etc.), make sure that you either: Sign Up for FREE on DCHQ.io — http://dchq.io (no credit card required), or Download DCHQ On-Premise Standard ...

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Using Docker for Rails Development

Over the first weekend in October, more than two hundred developers gathered in Ghent for ArrrrCamp, a serious-yet-pirate-themed Ruby conference. I was happy to deliver a talk on using Docker for Rails development. Below is a condensed version of the talk, which covers an introduction to containerization and the Docker ecosystem, as well as some examples of running Rails applications ...

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Heroku Style Application Deployments with Docker

In this article, we describe how you can use Kontena’s experimental features for deploying application with Kontena just like with Heroku! Developing and deploying applications to Heroku was revolutionary when it was introduced. A developer could just focus on developing a killer app instead of configuring servers and build scripts. Heroku, just like many other platform-as-a-service (PaaS) solutions, allows developers ...

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How We Moved From Heroku To Containers With No Docker Experience

Sign Up for FREE on http://DCHQ.io to get access to out-of-box multi-tier Java, Ruby, Python, and PHP templates along with application lifecycle management functionality like monitoring, container updates, scale in/out and continuous delivery. As a growing startup that provides a SaaS platform to automate B2B sales lead management and social selling at scale, ProLeads has been pressed to deliver more valuable features ...

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Scaling To Infinity with Docker Swarm, Docker Compose and Consul (Part 4/4) – Scaling Individual Services

This series is split into following articles. A Taste of What Is To Come Manually Deploying Services Blue-Green Deployment, Automation and Self-Healing Procedure Scaling Individual Services In the previous article we switched from manual to automatic deployment with Jenkins and Ansible. In the quest for zero-downtime we employed Consul to check health of our services and, if one of them ...

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