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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Using ZFS For The Docker COW Storage Layer(s) In Ubuntu 17.04

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Switching Docker AUFS to Docker ZFS Below I will show you, how to switch from the default Docker AUFS storage driver to the ZFS storage driver on Ubuntu 17.04. First lets make sure that ZFS support is load in the kernel.

Next, lets install the ZFS utilities, this is needed to be able to […]

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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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First take on docker / Solaris 1.4 /12 (may not be in the current beta)

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Enable docker

Configure base Solaris image

Run base test image

not working yet

Make sure firewall service is up Create a container

Remove

list runing

Playing with Solaris related images

Now lets pull an image

Now list images

Now run the image

To […]

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Managing Docker By Using Docker Swarm

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Managing Docker Swarm The below Docker swarm how to is part of build highly available private docker registry. To configure Docker Swarm you will need minimum 3 nodes, below I will use the names/ip’s listed in part 1. To initialize the Docker Swarm cluster, just run the below on the first node coreos1.

Next, […]

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