Background So lately, I have been hearing a lot about containers vs. virtual machines and I wanted to get in on the action. I saw the a recap of Alex Polvi’s session at OpenStack Silicon Valley and I was inspired. I agree with Alex, and for fun, I wanted to state all of his points
Background This blog series is focused on programmers, systems administrators, and application administrators that want to run Docker in production. The subject matter ranges from workflow and practical guidelines to security and best practices in manageability. A Practical Introduction to Docker Containers A Practical Introduction to the Docker Registry Server Core Builds in the
Background As has been stated before, Docker containers do not contain all of the parts of the operating system necessary to be considered secure. That said, the advantages of using them is so compelling that many companies, large and small, have began to investigate how to run containers in a production environment. I would argue
Background One of the key advantages of using Docker is it’s centralized image management server, called a Registry Server. The Docker project, as well as Red Hat, maintain public registry servers which host supported images. The Docker project also provides an Open Source version of the Registry server which can be deployed on premise in
Esta presentacion fue presentado en CampusLink 2.0. Fue la primera vez que yo he hablado profesionalmente en EspaÃ±ol. DisfrutÃ© esta experiencia demasiado y espero tener la oportunidad hacerlo de nueva en aÃ±os futuros.
Background Why Docker has quite an amount of buzz around it today because it makes so many things easy that were difficult with virtual machines. Docker containers makes it easy for Developers, Systems Administrators, Architects, Consultants and others to quickly test a piece of software in a container; much quicker than a virtual machine, and