Tag: docker

  • appfleet joins Cloudflare

    appfleet is a Poland based company that develops and offers edge hosting of containerised apps. Edge computing is a trend that emerged a few years back and allows to bring applications closer to the end user, therefore reducing latency and improving user experience. Cloudflare, a player strong in this space, now acquired appfleet, augmenting it’s […]

  • Get started with Kubernetes (using Python)

    Jason Haley wrote a brief tutorial to get the Pythonista started with Kubernetes. Worth reading if you are new to the topic. So, you know you want to run your application in Kubernetes but don’t know where to start. Or maybe you’re getting started but still don’t know what you don’t know. In this blog […]

  • RunC CVE-2019-5736

    Use Containers they said. It’d be more secure, they said. Until CVE-2019-5736 was disclosed.

  • #GoogleCloudSummit 2017 in Munich

    While Amazon Web Services reported another record quarter with $4,53B in October 2017, and Microsoft reporting 93% growth of their cloud business, Google is the third major player in the market for cloud services. At the same time, Google is not (yet) explicitly reporting numbers on their cloud offering. However, “all other” businesses, including Play […]

  • ssl and https with letsencrypt!

    nomorecubes.net now (finally) leverages https! It has a certificate from letsencrypt, automatically verified by the service, maintained and deployed by docker-letsencrypt-nginx-proxy-companion. The deployment has been considerably easy through docker-compose, adding the container to the existing nginx-proxy like this: version: ‘2’ services:nginx-proxy: image: jwilder/nginx-proxy container_name: nginx-proxy ports: – “80:80” – “443:443” volumes: – “./certs:/etc/nginx/certs:ro” – “/etc/nginx/vhost.d” […]

  • Docker 1.10

    Docker announced version 1.10 past week. The new release contains more than 100 improvements over the previous version. New features include better resource management, a more flexible docker-compose file format and improvements to security. These are in particular through user namespace isolation, implementation of seccomp for syscall filtering and an authorization plugin to restrict access […]

  • Docker: Swarm 1.0 released

    Today is a big milestone for Swarm: we’re taking it out of beta and releasing version 1.0, ready for running your apps in production. Swarm is the easiest way to run Docker applications at scale on… Quelle: Announcing Swarm 1.0: Production-ready clustering at any scale | Docker Blog

  • Docker security

    A quick overview. Docker security: making sure you get it right.

  • Docker 1.5 released

    Docker 1.5 released on 10 February 2015. New features contain IPv6 support, read-only containers, stats, “named Dockerfiles”. via Docker Blog.

  • WordPress on Docker.

    This wordpress blog now lives in a Docker container. It makes administration a lot easier, plus it encapsulates the data.