Master Index – Related Posts To Docker, Kubernetes And Micro-Services

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Master Index Of Docker / Kubernetes / Micro-Services Related Articles Below you will find links on this blog to articles related to Docker and Kubernetes. Managing Kubernetes / Docker Orchestration On CentOS Installing a Kubernetes 1.11 Cluster On CentOS 7.5(1804) The Manual Way – Installing 3 Master Nodes, Etcd – Part 1 Installing a Kubernetes […]

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Using Kubernetes Cluster For Your Private Cloud Orchestration – Part 2

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Kubernetes Cluster installation, configuration on Ubuntu 17.04 This is the second post of this series, how to install and configure your own Kubernetes cluster. in part one I went over configuring a Kubernetes cluster by using minikube – a simplified process, in this post I moving to the next step – installing, configuring by using […]

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Using Kubernetes Cluster For Your Private Cloud Orchestration – Part 1

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Kubernetes Cluster installation, configuration on Ubuntu 17.04 Below I am going to demonstrate options available to manage a Kubernetes Cluster in your own private cloud. First of, What is Kubernetes? Kubernetes is an open-source system for automating deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications. It groups containers that make up an application into logical units […]

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Managing Docker Using Docker-Compose to Create Multi-Container Docker Applications

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Creating Multi-Container Docker Applications by Using Docker-Compose Docker Compose helps you defining and running multi-container Docker applications. To run a multi-service application containers, use Docker-Stack. Note: When using Docker Swarm, Docker-Stacks might be a better option. Below I will show you how to create a simple 2 tier application(NodeJS front-end + MySQL back-end), by using […]

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Gotchas / Tips Creating Your Own Private Docker Registry With Self Signed Certificate

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Creating your own private Docker Registry using a Self Signed Certificate Creating your own private Docker Registry without authentication, authorization or SSL can be a simple process, but creating a private Docker Registry with SSL support, authentication i.e. Tokens, LDAP, etc.. can be a bit more complicated. Below I will show you in detail how […]

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Using Chef Kitchen / Docker Build Behind a Corporate Proxy or Firewall

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What to configure if Docker build or the Kitchen-Docker driver is behind a Corporate Proxy. While working with Docker builds and more specific Kitchen(using the Docker driver, not the default vagrant) behind a Corporate Proxy, I wasn’t able to complete a successful docker/kitchen image build. The problem was clearly related to Docker (or Kitchen) build […]

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Managing Docker On Ubuntu 17.04 Using Rancher Or Portainer

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Installing Managing Docker 17.03.1-ce On The Latest Ubuntu Beta Updating Ubuntu to 17.04 First I am going to upgrade Ubuntu from 16.10 to 17.04 Requirements for the upgrade is below. Install the update-manager-core package if it is not already installed Make sure the Prompt line in /etc/update-manager/release-upgrades is set to normal Run do-release-upgrade -d The […]

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