By Baruch Sadogursky Many organizations developing software today use Docker in one way or another. If you go to any software development or DevOps conference and ask a big crowd of people “Who uses Docker?”, most people in the room will raise their hands. But if you now ask the crowd, “Who uses Docker in production?”, […]

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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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A small San Francisco based startup that you might just have heard of going by the name of Docker has just announced the acquisition of Unikernel Systems, a Cambridge based company who specialise in unikernel development.   Unikernel has its DNA in the Xen Project, an open-source virtualization platform which powers the majority of workloads […]

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On the week of March 23rd, Moby Dick of the container world Docker enjoyed a series of second birthday parties, with a series of charity ‘open-source-a-thons‘ taking place around the world. And with 2336% growth between June and November of last year alone, there was certainly a lot to celebrate. In this interview, Docker COO Steve Francia takes […]

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“Docker makes complex things easy”: In this talk, recorded at the 2014 Jenkins User Conference (JUC) in Berlin, Josef Fuchshuber explains why you you need the Linux container in your life, and why you should use a lightweight PaaS solution in your CI/CD processes. 

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