Posts Tagged ‘docker’

IBM launches resources for cloud-native Node.js apps

IBMs new CloudNativeJS project seeks to help developers build and deploy cloud-native Node.js applications via Docker containers and Kubernetes orchestration. The open source effort is intended to provide tools, best practices, and assets to make it easier to build enterprise-grade applications in the cloud.

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3 Silly Docker Container Projects

A Docker container can support a wide variety of use casesincluding some that are just plain silly. Heres a look at examples of just-for-fun or experimental projects that you probably dont expect to encounter in the world of Docker.

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The Must-Haves of Monitoring Containers

Named by Gartner as one of the top 10 technology trends impacting IT infrastructure and operations, containers play a crucial role in application-driven innovation. The proof is in the numbers: Organizations using Docker containers report a 13x increase in the rate at which applications are released, and companies including Airbnb, Dropbox and GE have seen development lead times drop by as much as 75 percent when using microservices.

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Final Tech Previews Offer an Almost-Complete Glimpse of Rancher 2.0

DevOps teams or anyone who manages containers can now get their hands dirty testing the final tech previews of container management platform Rancher 2.0 shortly before its launch in a few weeks. Ahead of the availability of the production version of Rancher 2.0 in April, Rancher is releasing the last of Rancher 2.0s tech preview releases.

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Docker Amazingly Turns 5

In the minds of many IT professionals, Docker containers are an emerging technology that still needs to prove its mettle in production environments. In truth, Docker containers turned 5 years old this week and can trace their lineage back to the early days of Linux.

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