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Docker compose: what is it? How can you use it?

Docker compose (also called docker-compose) is a tool for designing and running multi-container applications. Following Docker‘s one application per container it is difficult to create or to containerize applications that have multiple components or servers. Thanks...

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What is Kubernetes?

Kubernetes is an orchestration tool that provides many important features like: scaling, scheduling, self-healing, load balancing, cluster management and monitoring to a container solution, usually Docker. “What th-?” If you’re about to say that, this is...

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Fedora 26 new features: Boltron server, LxQT spin, and more

Fedora is the fast-paced bleeding-edge distribution of Red Hat. Fedora 26 is the first release of 2017 the other being Fedora 27. Let’s discover what lies in the future of this popular Linux distribution especially among...

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How to integrate Collabora Online in NextCloud

Collabora Online is a full-fledged, web-accessible office suite based on LibreOffice. By integrating Collabora Online with NextCloud, you will be able to create and edit documents directly from NextCloud. Let’s take a look at how to...

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A comprehensive guide to Docker Volumes

In the world of containers, and especially in Docker, data persistence is an important topic. Docker containers are ephemeral by nature and storing data inside a container is a really bad idea. To achieve data persistence...

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Containers: What are they and why do you need them?

Virtual machines revolutionised pretty much the industry at the time of their inception. Today another huge revolution is happening in the IT: containers. Many are speaking of it, but as any buzz-word, it can be difficult...

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Fedora 24 new features: Docker, Origin and more!

Fedora is the fast-paced bleeding-edge distribution of Red Hat. Fedora 24 is the first release of 2016 the other being Fedora 25. Let’s discover what lies in the future of this popular Linux distribution especially among...

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Fedora 23 changes (now with GNOME 3.18)

Fedora 23 is the next in line for release this month, after OpenStack Liberty, Ubuntu 15.10 here comes the next release of Red Hat’s “desktop” distribution.