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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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Codeship, Docker, and Deployment to AWS EC2 Container Service

Here at Codeship, we strongly believe in giving you as much control over your test and deployment infrastructure as possible. While we take care of running the infrastructure that powers your builds, you should be able to have full control over the environment. To that end, we’ve spent the last year working on our next generation elastic build infrastructure, the ...

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Integrating Syslog w/ Kinesis : Anticipating use of the Firehose

On the heals of the Kinesis Firehose announcement, more people are going to be looking to integrate Kinesis with logging systems. (to expedite/simplify the ingestion of logs into S3 and Redshift)  Here is one take on solving that problem that integrates syslog-ng with Kinesis. First, let’s have a look at the syslog-ng configuration. In the syslog-ng configuration, you wire sources ...

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Exploring Docker’s New Content Trust Feature

Modern development increasingly involves making use of third parties. Whether it’s programming libraries from repositories such as npm or GitHub, using platforms like Azure and AWS, or just copying a code sample from Stack Overflow it’s fair to say that most code used in an application will be written by someone other than the main developer. Docker adds to the ...

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An answer to CircleCI’s Why we’re no longer using Core.typed

CircleCI has recently published a very useful post “Why we’re no longer using Core.typed” that raises some important concerns w.r.t. Typed Clojure that in their particular case led to the cost overweighting the benefits. CircleCI has a long and positive relation to Ambrose Bonnaire-Sergeant, the main author of core.typed, that has addressed their concerns in his recent Strange Loop talk “Typed ...

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Simplify Email In Your App with Mailgun API

Mailgun is email for developers. Mailgun has elegant REST API to send and receive emails from your mobile app. I know that many Appery.io developers send emails from their apps for registration, confirmation, and everything else. To make it simple to use the Mailgun API in an Appery.io, we have introduced a Mailgun plugin in Appery.io.         ...

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