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Configuring Amazon Web Services (AWS) for using Lambda

During the Software Craftsmanship and Testing conference UK, Mash run a session on AWS Lambda, with examples written in Java and python. Some other people also tried to do it in NodeJS. This session is here The first part, mostly accidental complexity, is how to setup the account to be able to use these services. This is the part that ...

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A Nonprofit Case for Docker

Even in discussions with people pretty familiar with Docker, I find many are convinced it is only needed for those with significant scaling issues. It’s true that Docker is fantastic for scaling services to any level, and it can be ideal for microservice architectures. But those aren’t the only valuable use cases for it. In this article, I’ll present the ...

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Master Essential DevOps Tools Like Docker & AWS to Land an Elite Coding Position (13 Hours of Learning) Hey fellow geeks, This week, on our JCG Deals store, we have an extreme offer. We are offering the DevOps Hacker Bundle for only $29 instead of the original price of $199, yeap that is a massive 85% off. DevOps engineers are ...

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Kubernetes Cluster on Azure and Expose Couchbase Service

This blog is part of a multi-part blog series that shows how to run your applications on Kubernetes. It will use the Couchbase, an open source NoSQL distributed document database, as the  Docker container. Part 1 explained how to start Kubernetes cluster using Vagrant – Kubernetes on Vagrant Part 2 did the same for Amazon Web Services – Kubernetes on Amazon Web Services Part 3 did the same for ...

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Ensuring Containers Are Always Running with Docker’s Restart Policy

Getting a notification that Docker containers are down in production is one of the worst ways to spend your night. In today’s article, we’ll discuss how to use Docker’s restart policy to automatically restart containers and avoid those late-night notifications. What Happens When an Application Crashes? Before we get started with Docker’s restart policy, let’s understand a bit more about ...

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Couchbase XDCR using Docker Swarm, Machine and Compose

Cross Datacenter Replication (XDCR) in Couchbase provides an easy way to replicate data from one cluster to another. The clusters are typically set in geographically diverse data centers. This enables for disaster recovery or to bring data closer to users for faster data access. This blog will show: Setup two data centers using Docker Swarm Run Couchbase containers on each node of Docker Swarm ...

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Couchbase Cluster on Docker Swarm using Docker Compose and Docker Machine

This blog post will explain how to create and scale a Couchbase Cluster using full armor of Docker – Docker Machine, Docker Swarm and Docker Compose. Here is what we’ll do: Create a 3-node Docker Swarm Cluster using Docker Machine Run a Couchbase instance on two nodes Create a cluster Rebalance the cluster Scale and rebalance the cluster again Docker Swarm Cluster ...

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