AWS, DevOps

Docker Swarm Multi-Manager Setup

Docker Swarm has gained a lot of popularity in the last few months. It is Docker's orchestration tool. Docker has been coming up with a lot of updates and Docker Swarm is very stable as compared to when it was launched. It is as Docker says "Production Ready." You can go through the blog written by my colleague on how to setup Docker...

by Ranvijay Jamwal
Tag: docker
13-Oct-2016

AWS, DevOps

Weave Scope – Monitoring, visualisation & management for Docker

Introduction of  Weave Scope Weave Scope is a monitoring tool and visualization for Kubernetes and Docker . It provides a deep level view of your app as well as of your full infrastructure, which allows you to find and diagnose any error in your distributed containerized app, in real-time. Weave Scope is use in standalone mode or...

by Shivam Agrawal
Tag: docker
29-Sep-2016

DevOps, Technology

Getting started with Kubernetes

Kubernetes is an open source orchestration tool for application containers developed by Google. It packages all of the necessary tools - orchestration, service discovery and load balancing in one place. Kubernetes is portable which means it can be deployed on public, private, hybrid along with multiple cloud platform providers. It is...

by Rakesh Mahajan
Tag: docker
30-Aug-2016

DevOps, Technology

8 Reasons to Move to Docker Swarm

What is Docker Swarm: Docker Swarm is the orchestration tool from the makers of Docker. In the words of Docker website itself, "Docker Swarm provides native clustering capabilities to turn a group of Docker engines into a single, virtual Docker Engine." In case you are unfamiliar with what Docker is, you can read my previous post...

by Raghu Sharma
Tag: docker
31-Jul-2016

AWS, DevOps

Attach IAM Role to an AWS Elastic Container Service Task

If you are hosting some micro websites on the AWS ECS, where every task is a separate application, and each task has running multiple containers on a Cluster. If we have a scenario where we want each of our application should upload its data to a separate AWS S3 bucket, we create a single role giving access to all S3 buckets and attach...

by Tejprakash Sharma
Tag: docker
30-Jul-2016

Agile, AWS

CloudFoundry PaaS – Introduction

Cloudfoundry: Open Source Platform as a Service A platform used for running applications and services. The purpose of cloudfoundry is to change the way apps and services are deployed and run by reducing the cycle time of development to deployment. Cloud Foundry directly takes benefits of cloud-based resources such that apps running...

by Deepak Bansal
Tag: docker
27-Jul-2016

AWS, Technology

Platform as a Service (PaaS) – Introduction

Platform as a service (PaaS) :  a cloud computing model which allows user to deliver applications over the Internet. In a this model, a cloud provider provides hardware ( like IaaS ) as well as software tools which  are usually needed for development of required Application to its users. The hardware and software tools are provided as a...

by Deepak Bansal
Tag: docker
25-Jul-2016

DevOps, Technology

Running Curator in Docker container to remove old Elasticsearch indexes

We have been using ELK as a centralized logs management system. ELK stands for Elasticsearch, Logstash, and Kibana. Each of the three services is running inside its own docker container in one docker-network (say elk-net) on a single server. A separate block storage device is mapped from the host into Elasticsearch container (named es)...

by Navjot Singh
Tag: docker
30-May-2016

AWS

Docker Version 1.10 – The Big Change

Docker just released the new Docker version 1.10. Docker has tried push in a lot of big changes in order make it even simpler for its users. Even the last version that was pushed (Docker 1.9) brought about a lot of changes, especially in networking. Let's see in brief, what these changes are and how they will help you to use Docker...

by Ranvijay Jamwal
Tag: docker
07-Feb-2016

Grails, Technology

GR8ConfIN 2016 – For the GR8 developers in town RECAP

It was indeed an amazing GR8Conf IN 2016 with more than 200 participants, marvelous line-up of speakers and fully packed parallel sessions at The Lalit, New Delhi. This year the conference was sponsored by OCI, which is the new home for Grails. The entire conference was also live streamed by #fame with more than 4000 viewers across the...

by Mansi Arora
Tag: docker
17-Jan-2016

AWS, Technology

Docker Monitoring Using New Relic

In my last couple of blogs, I talked about Docker monitoring, why I would need Docker monitoring and how I can monitor Docker containers using AWS, Ruxit and Sysdig. Today, we are going to talk about another such tool which most of us already know about which also provides Docker monitoring. The tool is New Relic.   How to...

by Ranvijay Jamwal
Tag: docker
30-Dec-2015