Category: Docker

Docker is a new technology based on the concept of “container”. Containers are much like virtual machines, with less overhead and shorter lifespan. Docker is not the first container solution but it is gaining much attention and more and more societies are starting to use Docker in production.

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K3OS: pico Kubernetes operating system

Kubernetes has revolutionized the way to manage containerized workloads at scale. Kubernetes is the perfect tool when you need to scale horizontally, but what happens when you run Kubernetes on a 1GB RAM node? Things start...

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Helm: the package manager for Kubernetes

Containers have revolutionized the way we create, develop and deploy applications. While managing large fleets of containers is difficult, Kubernetes handles it very well… but managing Kubernetes is hard. On top of that, composing multi-container applications...

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Traefik: the Cloud Native Edge Router

In the age of containers, fast-paced and miniaturized, old software needed to adapt fast. When that was not possible, or slow, a slew of new software was born. Among this was Traefik, the self-proclaimed Cloud Native...

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Developing with Kubernetes: a list of tools

Kubernetes is the container orchestration king, usually accompanied by Docker, it dominates the container scene. The “containerization race” has begun with one fundamental actor stopped at the starting point: developers. While Kubernetes is hard, developing with...

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Fedora CoreOS preview released: fire the Ignition

Following the acquisition of CoreOS last year, Red Hat announced it would integrate CoreOS into its ecosystem. This was the birth of Fedora CoreOS, a great announcement, but no real build… until now. Fedora CoreOS is...

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Istio: the service mesh king for Kubernetes

In Kubernetes everything goes lightning fast. Every single bit could change any moment, in any container, literally. Although Kubernetes is getting more polished at each release, there still are things that are a bit rough around...