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4-day Docker and Kubernetes Training

I just delivered a 4-day deep-dive training course on Docker and Kubernetes to a customer in Atlanta. In true open-source spirit, I’d like to publish the source/slides and allow other people to benefit from it and contribute to making it better. Kubernetes is such an awesome project, and I learned a lot by doing this training. If you’re interested in ...

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End-to-End Automation for Docker-based 3-Tier Java Apps (Niginx, Tomcat and MySQL) on AWS

The geographical distribution & the continuously growing number of cloud services of Amazon Web Service has driven many startups & enterprises to host their applications on Amazon Instances distributed across different regions. However as development teams start to grow or as enterprises embark on new development projects, replicating consistent DEV/TEST environments for the quickly growing teams becomes a struggle on ...

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Docker 3-Tier Java App (Nginx, Tomcat, MySQL) Automation on Any Cloud

DCHQ simplifies the containerization of enterprise applications and makes it possible to replicate very complex application environments on multiple hosts through a one-click deploy button. DCHQ does not just automate the application deployments, but it also integrates with 12 different cloud providers to automate the provisioning and auto-scaling of Weave-enabled clusters consisting of distributed virtual machines. In this blog, we ...

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Docker Java App Deployment – 4 App Stacks: Tomcat, GlassFish, Jetty and JBoss

Sign Up for FREE on http://DCHQ.io to get access to out-of-box multi-tier Java application templates (including the Movie Store app on Tomcat, JBoss, GlassFish and Jetty) along with application lifecycle management functionality like monitoring, container updates, scale in/out and continuous delivery. Background Java developers and DevOps professionals have long struggled to automate the deployment of enterprise Java applications. The complex ...

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Monitoring with Bosun

Bosun is a monitoring and alerting system developed by the good folks at Stack Exchange, then open sourced for the rest of us. It’s written in Go, meaning its monitoring agents can run anywhere that Go can drop a binary… which is just about everywhere. So what exactly does it do and how does it compare to the likes of ...

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Getting Started with Couchbase using Docker

Couchbase Server 4.0 was recently released and can be downloaded and easily installed. Getting Started with Couchbase explains in very simple and easy steps on how to get started with Couchbase.  But when living in a container world, everything is a Docker image. And Couchbase also has a Docker image. This blog will explain how you can easily start a Couchbase Server 4.0 as a Docker image. Install ...

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8 Steps to Migrating from JavaScript to TypeScript

Solve App Problems 10x Faster with AppDynamics – Monitor production apps at code-level depth with minimal overhead. Start a FREE Trial! Recently, we’ve been moving our Browser RUM agent from JavaScript to TypeScript. Though it’s been a challenge, we enjoyed seeing how the change will benefit us and it’s been fun learning a new language in the process. Let me ...

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Adding an existing Docker host to Docker Machine : a few tips

Quick intro to Docker Machine After switching from boot2docker (deprecated) to Docker Machine (or should I rather say the Docker Toolbox on mac) on my laptop, and after playing around with Google Cloud Engine through Docker Machine, I was curious to see if I could manage all my Docker hosts, running on VPS or dedicated servers, from Docker Machine. Docker ...

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