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How to Solve 5 Elasticsearch Performance and Scaling Problems

This post is the final part of a 4-part series on monitoring Elasticsearch performance. Part 1 provides an overview of Elasticsearch and its key performance metrics, Part 2 explains how to collect these metrics, and Part 3 describes how to monitor Elasticsearch with Datadog. Like a car,...
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Running Stateful Applications in Kubernetes: Storage Provisioning and Allocation

In the last part of this series, we explored how the concept of volumes brings persistence to containers. This article builds upon the understanding of volumes to introduce persistent volumes and claims, which form the robust storage infrastructure of Kubernetes. To appreciate how Kubernetes ...
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Docker Swarm
At LinuxCon+ContainerCon North America this month, Jérôme Petazzoni of Docker will present an all-day tutorial “Orchestrating Containers in Production at Scale with Docker Swarm.” This article provides a preview of his talk.

Scaling Out with SwarmKit

At LinuxCon+ContainerCon North America this month, Jérôme Petazzoni of Docker will present a free, all-day tutorial “Orchestrating Containers in Production at Scale with Docker Swarm.” As a preview to that talk, this article takes a look specifically at SwarmKit, an open source toolkit used to...
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Docker 1.12 Debuts, Bringing Windows, Mac Desktop Editions

Desktop development environments for Mac and Windows use native virtualization for speed and boost Docker's out-of-the-box cluster management and scheduling system. Docker unveiled version 1.12 of its core software-containerization system today, along with the first full desktop editions of the...
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NodeSource offers ‘One-Click’ Deployment of Node.JS for Kubernetes Clusters

NodeSource has configured a version of its N|Solid commercial Node.js implementation to run on Kubernetes clusters, potentially speeding both the deployments of containerized Node.js applications and N|Solid deployments themselves. “We are seeing a ton of traction behind containers being...
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TNS Research: Multiple Orchestrators, Multiple Clouds, What a Mess

Most users of containers have Docker Engine in their stack, even if it is just the open source engine. Now that Docker Engine 1.12 comes with built-in orchestration capabilities, we expect future surveys to find a substantial increase in people using some of that capability. While this gives Docker...
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Kubernetes 1.3 Steps Up for Hybrid Clouds

The Kubernetes community on Wednesday introduced Version 1.3 of its container orchestration software, with support for deploying services across multiple cloud platforms, including hybrid clouds. Kubernetes 1.3 improves scaling and automation, giving cloud operators the ability to scale services up...
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Deploying your Application to Kubernetes

At Travix we run about half of our 100 in-house developed applications in Google Container Engine, Google’s hosted version of the Kubernetes container management cluster. We started using it in May 2015 when Kubernetes was still in Alpha, and since then embraced it and use it as our default hosting...
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Field notes - ElasticSearch at Petabyte Scale on AWS

I manage a somewhat sizable fleet of ElasticSearch clusters. How large? Well, "large" is relative these days. Strictly in ElasticSearch data nodes, it's currently operating at the order of: several petabytes of provisioned data-node storage thousands of Xeon E5 v3 cores 10s of terabytes of memory...
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HPE Launches Preintegrated Software Stack for High Performance Computing

HPE's rollout for HPC deployments is designed to popularize the hardware within more enterprises. According to HPE, its approach to HPC is designed to simplify deployments with a software defined approach. The lead announcement for HPE is its Core HPC Software Stack that includes cluster management...
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