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Deployment Automation of Docker WebLogic Cluster on Any Cloud

Sign Up for FREE on http://DCHQ.io to get access to out-of-box multi-tier Java, Ruby, Python, and PHP templates 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 nature of these applications usually meant that application ...

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Promoting Docker Images Across Environments

I got off the stage at WJAX in Munch just a couple of minutes ago. And while my co-worker Jan was talking about this amazing customer success story AMADEUS, I had the pleasure to base his thoughts and ideas a bit and talk about how DevOps can be done with OpenShift and Docker Images from a developers perspective. Microservices and ...

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Docker 1.9 – Virtual networks, persistent storage, production-ready Swarm

Docker 1.9 is released, read Announcing Docker 1.9 for complete details. This release contains: Docker 1.9.0 Client Binary Docker Machine 0.5.0 Docker Compose 0.5.0 Docker Toolbox 1.9.0 Docker Swarm 1.0.0 Some of the key features are: Create virtual networks that span multiple hosts and backed by multiple plugins such as Calico, Weave, Cisco, and others (full details) Persistent storage support using new volume management system ...

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Docker Clustering Tools Compared: Kubernetes vs Docker Swarm

Kubernetes and Docker Swarm are probably two most commonly used tools to deploy containers inside a cluster. Both are created as helper tools that can be used to manage a cluster of containers and treat all servers as a single unit. However, they differ greatly in their approach. Kubernetes Kubernetes is based on Google’s experience of many years working with ...

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Monitoring Asynchronous Business Transactions

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Docker Java App Deployment With A Containerized Oracle XE And With An Existing Oracle XE Instance

Background Many enterprises today are extremely excited about the prospects of containerized application stacks to achieve application portability and to speed up application deployment. However we met with many enterprise customers that are still concerned about how this containerization effort would fit into their existing workflows and processes. In almost every large organization we talked to, Oracle database is still ...

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Run 1,000 Docker Redis Containers In Less Than 15 Minutes On A Cluster Of 5 Cloud Servers With 2GB Of Memory Each

Background While application portability (i.e. being able to run the same application on any Linux host) is still the leading driver for the adoption of Linux Containers, another key advantages is being able to optimize server utilization so that you can use every bit of compute. Of course, for upstream environments, like PROD, you may still want to dedicate more ...

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Couchbase Cluster using Docker Compose

Couchbase 4.0 provides lots of features that allows you to develop with agility and operate at any scale. Some of the features that allow you to operate at any scale are: Elastic Scalability Consistent High Performance Always-On Availability Multi-Data Center Deployment Simple and Powerful Administration Enterprise-grade Security Learn more about these enterprise features at couchbase.com/operate-at-any-scale. A complete overview is available in Couchbase Server 4.0 datasheet. This ...

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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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