TL;DR – Last Week’s Container News (9/15/17-9/22/17)
by Steven Puroll September 22nd, 2017

Docker Basics for IT Admins Docker has started a new blog series covering “A Day in the Life of a Docker Admin.” The series will discuss how common IT administrative tasks “translate into the world of Docker.” It will walk through: Managing .NET apps and migrating them off Windows Server 2008 How container networking works […]

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Docker Official Images Now Multi-Platform Aware
by Steven Puroll September 19th, 2017

Docker just announced a major UX improvement: they’ve updated their Official Images to make them “multi-platform aware.” This means typing a simple command like “docker run hello-world” will cause Docker to “pull and run the correct hello-world image whether that’s for x86-64 Linux, Windows, ARM, IBM Z mainframes or any other system where Docker runs.” […]

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TL;DR – Last Week’s Container News (9/8/17-9/15/17)
by Steven Puroll September 18th, 2017

Are Microservices Right For You? A recent article in The New Stack explores the benefits and drawbacks of microservices architecture. It argues that microservices aren’t for everyone. The architecture provides major benefits when it comes to scaling, deploying, replacing, and flexibility. However, learning the new architectural style comes with some complexity and will require some […]

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Docker EE for Mainframes
by Steven Puroll September 13th, 2017

The 17.06 release of Docker EE featured some major updates. Along with more granular control over user access, the new release featured expanded support for mixed workloads. With Docker EE 17.06, users can now manage and secure Windows, Linux, even mainframe applications across any infrastructure. This latter is the subject of a recent article by […]

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Triton Private Regions: Public Cloud Benefits w/o Public Cloud Cost
by Steven Puroll September 12th, 2017

Those seeking the benefits of public cloud — without the “spiraling costs” typical of public clouds — now have a third option, thanks to “Triton Private Regions,” from Joyent Unveiled last week, Triton Private Regions create “dedicated, private regions… that are extensions of Joyent’s… Triton Public Cloud.” The private regions allow users to calibrate performance […]

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