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Docker Gets Ignore, Auto-Pauses Containers On Commit

by Roopesh Shenoy on  Jul 08, 2014

Docker 1.1.0 was recently released, within a month of the 1.0 release, with several features such as .dockerignore, pausing of containers when a commit is made to them, tailing logs and several other improvements.

Top Docker Misconceptions

by Carlos Sanchez on  Jul 03, 2014

Based on his experience as a system administrator evaluating Docker, Matt Jaynes has written at the DevOps University website about the top Docker misconceptions, warning about adopting Docker at small scale and without solid infrastructure foundations, and providing alternatives to improve the deployment process.

Interview with Mitchell Hashimoto on Vagrant Cloud End of Beta

by Matthias Marschall on  Jun 30, 2014

HashiCorp has released Vagrant Cloud to the public. Vagrant Cloud enables developers to share their locally running Vagrant instances remotely. Additionally Vagrant Cloud is a central place for storing and discovering Vagrant Boxes. With the new Organizations feature, Vagrant Cloud users can limit access to their boxes or shared Vagrant instances with Access Control Lists (ACL).

Red Hat Releases Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 with Increased Linux Containers Support

by Carlos Sanchez on  Jun 26, 2014

Red Hat announced the general availability of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7, the latest release of the company Linux distribution. This release provides the Docker application as a main management tool for Linux containers

ING Netherlands' Measured Improvements on Transition to DevOps

by João Miranda on  Jun 25, 2014

Jan-Joost Bouwman and Mark Heistek, from ING Retail Banking Netherlands, presented at Devopsdays Amsterdam how a CMMI-ITIL organization transitioned to a more agile mindset. Somewhat unusually in this kind of sessions, ING presented quantitative evidence of the improvements, such as a marked increase in the number of changes deployed to production and a decrease of the risk value per change.

3scale Targets API Consumers with APITools Offering

by Jeevak Kasarkod on  Jun 23, 2014

3scale launched APITools in the month of April this year targeted at API consumers. InfoQ spoke to 3scale management regarding motivation and underlying technology among other things and walked away with some interesting insights as well as upcoming initiatives to involve the community.

John Willis on the "State Of The Union" for DevOps

by João Miranda on  Jun 22, 2014

John Willis, one of the leading lights of the DevOps community, addressed the "State Of The 'DevOps' Union" at DevOpsDays Amsterdam. He started by mentioning the findings of the 2014 State of DevOps Report, went on to discuss Software Defined Everything and asserted that the future will be built around "consumable composable infrastructure".

Docker + Apache Brooklyn = Clocker

by Roopesh Shenoy on  Jun 20, 2014

Clocker, an open source project, enables users to manage and auto-scale Docker containers, in a cloud-agnostic manner. The project is built on top of Apache Brooklyn, a multi-cloud application, management software.

Bol.com's DevOps Journey

by João Miranda on  Jun 20, 2014

On the first day of DevOpsDays Amsterdam 2014, bol.com, an online store, reported its experiences in its DevOps journey. Full automation, careful team building and an agile mindset that cross-cuts the organisation were the keys to success. RunDeck, Puppet, Hiera and Nagios enable bol.com to build and monitor a full working environment in under two hours, in a fully automated fashion.

New Relic Open Sources their Docker Deployment Tool Centurion

by Carlos Sanchez on  Jun 17, 2014

New Relic open sourced Centurion, a deployment tool for Docker used internally to run their production infrastructure. Centurion takes containers from a Docker registry and runs them on a fleet of hosts with the correct environment variables, host volume mappings, and port mappings, supporting rolling deployments out of the box.

Managing Stateful Docker Containers with Cloud Foundry BOSH

by Carlos Sanchez on  Jun 11, 2014

Cloud Foundry has released an experimental CF-BOSH release for Docker as an open source project, providing the same functionality as the original BOSH project, deployment and lifecycle management of large scale distributed services, but applied to Docker containers.

Docker 1.0 Released at DockerCon

by Chris Swan on  Jun 10, 2014

Docker.io have used their inaugural DockerCon event to launch version 1.0 of their container management tools. It comes just days after the release of 0.12.0, which was focussed on stability, performance and usability rather than introducing significant new features. Production readiness means that Docker.io is now providing support services for Docker.

Ayasdi Partners with Cloudera

by Jérôme Serrano on  Jun 06, 2014

Ayasdi announced last month a partnership with Cloudera, the biggest distributor of Apache Hadoop. The partnership that will ensure the compatibility of their solution with Cloudera Enterprise 5, the latest version of Cloudera’s big data platform based on Apache Hadoop.

Everything at Google Runs in Containers

by Carlos Sanchez on  Jun 06, 2014 2

Google is using containers to run everything in their clusters, starting over 2 billion of them per week.

Wall Street Journal: Enterprises Are Not Ready for DevOps, but May Not Survive Without It

by Abel Avram on  Jun 06, 2014

Writing in the Wall Street Journal, Rachel Shannon-Solomon suggests that most enterprises are not ready for DevOps, while Gene Kim says that they must make themselves ready if they want to survive.

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