Two weeks ago we introduced Mayu and Yochu, a set of tools to set up customized CoreOS clusters on bare metal, available as open source. However, not everyone has access to some bare metal or spare servers sitting in his basement. This is why we created Onsho, which we are releasing today as open source […]

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Docker’s ability to wrap up applications and their dependencies in a neat little image package which can then be used to run the app in containers is indeed a very nice asset – however, it can be all too easy to overstuff these images with a load of unnecessary fluff in the process, resulting in […]

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2015 was the year when Docker threw open its jaws and sucked a huge gulp of the enterprise into the world of containers. Whilst it might seem like the technology was only developed recently, in actuality, it’s got a fairly long tail. Containers were first envisaged back in the in the fledgling days of Unix, and […]

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