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Docker Announces Version 1.2.0 and DockerCon Europe

by Carlos Sanchez on  Sep 11, 2014

Docker has announced the release of version 1.2.0, including the ability to specify restart policies for containers or fine grain controls over containers permissions. The company is also hosting the first official european conference, DockerCon Europe, in December in Amsterdam.

ZeroTurnaround Discontinues LiveRebel, Market not Ready for Release Automation

by Carlos Sanchez on  Sep 09, 2014 2

ZeroTurnaround has announced the discontinuation of their application release automation product, LiveRebel, claiming that the release automation market is not big enough because it is not one of the top problems that teams face, and there is no clear picture of what release management should be.

MongoDB makes Further Inroads into the Cloud

by InfoQ Staff on  Sep 09, 2014

MongoDB announced services with enterprise capabilities for Microsoft Azure and Google Compute Engine platforms at the MongoDB world conference.

Refreshed AWS Trusted Advisor Offers Several Free Checks

by Steffen Opel on  Aug 31, 2014

AWS has recently integrated the AWS Trusted Advisor into the AWS Management Console and made four security and service limit checks available at no charge. Additional checks from the security, performance, fault tolerance and cost optimization categories remain part of their Business and Enterprise support tiers.

Heroku’s HTTP API Design Guide

by Abel Avram on  Aug 29, 2014 4

Wesley Beary, a member of the API team at Heroku, has compiled a list of guidelines for creating HTTP+JSON APIs presented in a condensed form here.

Microsoft Introduces NoSQL Document Database for Microsoft Azure

by Richard Seroter on  Aug 29, 2014

Microsoft may be synonymous with relational databases thanks to their flagship SQL Server product, but a new NoSQL offering looks to change that. Last week, Microsoft announced the preview of DocumentDB, a cloud-hosted managed document database with deep JavaScript support and features like automatic indexing and transactions.

Puppet-lint 1.0.0 released

by Carlos Sanchez on  Aug 28, 2014

Tim Sharpe has announced the release of Puppet lint 1.0.0, a tool to check that Puppet code conforms to the recommended Puppet style guidelines and find common syntax mistakes, which in this new version includes a plugin system and the capability of automatically fixing the errors amongst other new features and bug fixes.

IBM: 70% of Enterprises Are Using Big Data, Cloud, Mobile and Social

by Abel Avram on  Aug 26, 2014 3

With Raising the game - The IBM Business Tech Trends Study (PDF) IBM has evaluated the current adoption landscape of 4 key technologies in the enterprise: Big Data & Analytics, Cloud, Mobile and Social, comparing today’s adoption with 2012’s and Pacesetters against Dabblers.

Lyft Replaces Puppet with SaltStack

by João Miranda on  Aug 22, 2014 3

Lyft, a "ridesharing" start-up, replaced Puppet with SaltStack as its infrastructure configuration management tool. Ansible was the other contender as Ryan Lane, a Lyft engineer, explained in his recent article. In the end, SaltStack came on top when Lyft considered each tool's ease of use, maturity, performance and the surrounding community.

CoreOS Launches the CoreOS Enterprise Registry

by Carlos Sanchez on  Aug 21, 2014

CoreOS has announced the acquisition of Quay.io and the launch of the CoreOS Enterprise Registry, a private, behind-the-firewall Docker registry, based on Quay.io hosted service.

Comparing Virtual Machines and Linux Containers Performance

by Carlos Sanchez on  Aug 13, 2014

IBM Research Division has published a paper comparing the performance of container and virtual machine environments, using Docker and KVM, highlighting the cost of using Docker with NAT or AUFS, and questioning the practice of running containers inside of virtual machines.

CenturyLink Launches Panamax Docker Composition Tool

by Chris Swan on  Aug 12, 2014

CenturyLink has launched Panamax, a tool that they describe as ‘Docker Management for Humans’. Panamax distinguishes itself from other composition tools for Docker by offering a web based user interface, which can be used to compose multiple Docker containers into templates that can then be shared on GitHub.

Red Hat Releases Project Atomic

by Justin Cormack on  Aug 12, 2014

In April, Red Hat released Project Atomic, a prototype system for running Docker containers. This is Red Hat’s response to the interest in CoreOS a system for hosting Docker containers based on ChromeOS.

Try Before You Buy: Heroku Supports Preview of GitHub Applications

by Richard Seroter on  Aug 12, 2014

Heroku is trying to make it easier to turn source code into a running application. The Heroku Button – a simple bit of HTML or Markdown that triggers a deployment from a public GitHub repository to Heroku’s public cloud – sets up Heroku as an attractive destination for quickly previewing, hosting, and extending open source web applications.

Experiences from Failing with Microservices

by Jan Stenberg on  Aug 11, 2014 3

Different views within the team on the benefits and drawbacks comparing a microservice architecture with a more traditional monolithic architecture was one of the major reasons we failed, Richard Clayton writes sharing his experiences and reasons for failing when implementing and maintaining a microservice architecture.

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