Tagged: Containers

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A comprehensive guide to Dockerfiles

In the world of Docker there are images for virtually anything, but chances are you will need to tweak them a bit if you need something more. That’s when Dockerfiles come in, Dockerfiles are used to...

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What is Kubernetes Container Storage Interface

The Container Storage Interface (CSI) is a joint effort to create a cross platform interface for persistent storage to be used with container systems. Kuberntes is among the major players contributing to CSI and the CSI...

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SUSE to be acquired by EQT VIII for $2.5 billion

In an unexpected announcement SUSE declared it will change hands from Micro Focus to EQT. SUSE is a major player in the Linux industry providing its customers with many offerings ranging from Operating Systems and Containers,...

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Fedora CoreOS: Meet the new Linux for Containers

CoreOS, later renamed Container Linux has been one of the first and most popular Linux distributions built and optimized to run containers. Earlier this year Red Hat, announced the acquisition of CoreOS. This event created a...

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DC/OS: Meet the Data Center Operating System

The Data Center Operating System is a cluster “operating system” based on Apache Mesos that provides an unified framework to run, manage and log operations against the cluster as if it was just one single, huge...

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Apache Mesos: meet the data-center kernel

Apache Mesos, most of the times just called Mesos, is an open source cluster manager with an ambitious objective: to let you “Program against your datacenter like it’s a single pool of resources“. Let’s take a...

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A comprehensive guide to Docker Networking

Networking is hard. When physical networking evolved in virtual networking things became even harder if you hadn’t strong networking fundamentals. When containers stepped into the game, container networking was sure to show up and prove even...

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How to Docker on Raspberry PI (Raspbian)

If you like tinkering with Docker and have a Raspberry PI available, you’re in luck! You can now install Docker on your RPI without messing with complicated stuff, fire up a terminal and follow this tutorial.