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Kelly Griffin
Kelly Griffin
Gray Calendar Icon February 10, 2020
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Kubernetes and DevOps work together to help organizations deliver fast. Read why Kubernetes is essential to your DevOps strategy.

Rohit Singal
Rohit Singal
Gray Calendar Icon November 15, 2018
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This article describes how continuous integration, delivery, and deployment can help development teams build and release software quickly and reliably.

Roman Doroschevici
Roman Doroschevici
Gray Calendar Icon November 2, 2018
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This article is a continuation of Deploying JFrog Artifactory with Rancher. In this chapter we'll demonstrate how to use JFrog Artifactory as a private repository for your own Docker images.

Gray Calendar Icon August 3, 2017
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Recently, I moved to New York City. As a new resident, I decided to take part in the NYC DeveloperWeek hackathon, where our team won the NetApp challenge. In this post, I’ll walk through the product we put together, and share how we built a CI/CD pipeline for quick, iterative product development under tight constraints. The Problem: Have you ever lived or worked in a building where it’s a pain to configure the buzzer to forward to multiple roommates or coworkers?

Gray Calendar Icon July 17, 2017
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In the world of containers, Kubernetes has become the community standard for container orchestration and management. But there are some basic elements surrounding networking that need to be considered as applications are built to ensure that full multi-cloud capabilities can be leveraged. The Basics of Kubernetes Networking: Pods The basic unit of management inside Kubernetes is not a container—It is called a pod. A pod is simply one or more containers that are deployed as a unit.

Gray Calendar Icon April 20, 2016
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John Patterson (@cantrobot) and Chris Lunsford run This End Out, an operations and infrastructure services company. You can find them online at https://www.thisendout.com *and follow them on twitter @thisendout. * Update: All four parts of the series are now live: Part 1: Getting started with CI/CD and Docker Part 2: Moving to Compose blueprints Part 3: Adding Rancher for OrchestrationPart 4: Completing the Cycle with Service Discovery In part one of our series, we left off with constructing a rudimentary build and deployment pipeline.

Gray Calendar Icon April 4, 2016
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John Patterson (@cantrobot) and Chris Lunsford run This End Out, an operations and infrastructure services company. You can find them online at https://www.thisendout.com *and follow them on twitter @thisendout. * Update: All four parts of the series are now live, you can find them here: Part 1: Getting started with CI/CD and Docker Part 2: Moving to Compose blueprints Part 3: Adding Rancher for OrchestrationPart 4: Completing the Cycle with Service Discovery This post is the first in a series in which we’d like to share the story of how we implemented a container deployment workflow using Docker, Docker-Compose and Rancher.

Gray Calendar Icon March 12, 2015
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One of the exciting things about RancherOS is the concept of running system services as containers. It offers the chance to clearly delineate between containers running an application, and containers running agents and operating system services. This has some interesting potential implications for managing operations, such as making patching and upgrading system services simpler, setting app and organizational policies for required services, and prioritizing which services have access to system resources.

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