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Using Linux Containers to Manage Embedded Build Environments

Linux container technology has been proposed by companies like Resin.io as a simpler and more secure way to deploy embedded devices. And, Daynix Computing has developed an open source framework called Rebuild that uses Linux containers in the build management process of embedded IoT development. At...
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Building Containers with HPC Container Maker

Containers package entire workflows, including software, libraries, and even data, into a single file. The container can then be run on any compatible hardware that can run the container type, regardless of the underlying operating system. Containers are finding increased utility in the worlds of...
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10 Key Attributes of Cloud-Native Applications

Cloud native is a term used to describe container-based environments. Cloud-native technologies are used to develop applications built with services packaged in containers, deployed as microservices and managed on elastic infrastructure through agile DevOps processes and continuous delivery...
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What Are ‘Mature’ Stateful Applications?

BlueK8s is a new open source Kubernetes initiative from ‘big data workloads’ company BlueData — the project’s direction leads us to learn a little about which direction containerised cloud-centric applications are growing. The first open project in the BlueK8s initiative is Kubernetes Director (aka...
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Google Launches Jib, Automated Container Packaging for Java Apps

Google has released software that could automate the packaging of a Java program so that it can be run in the cloud-native environment. Jib is an open-source Java “containerizer,” one that handles all the steps of packaging your application into a container image, according to Appu Goundan and ...
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Docker Guide: Dockerizing Python Django Application

Docker is an open-source project that provides an open platform for developers and sysadmins to build, package, and run applications anywhere as a lightweight container. Docker automates the deployment of applications inside software containers. Django is a web application framework written in...
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How the Kubernetes Release Process is Different From Other Open Source Projects

The Kubernetes 1.11 release became generally available on June 27, providing users of the container orchestration with multiple new features and continued performance improvements. While Kubernetes releases were originally all led by Google staffers, that has changed in the last two years, with a...
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Why You’re Choosing a Multi-Platform Approach, According to Our Research

Developers and operators are using a combination of PaaS, containers, and serverless to build new cloud-native applications as well as refactor existing applications. They are also focused on integrating these new technologies with existing environments, while also looking for flexibility to adapt...
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Containers Break the Shared Responsibility Model Between Cloud Providers and Ops

Last month, a critical vulnerability in the basic Linux network infrastructure was discovered by Felix Wilhelm from Google’s Security Team and disclosed by Red Hat product security. The attack exploits a problem in the processing of Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) messages, which is the...
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A First Look at the Helm 3 Plan

Since the release of Helm 2 in 2016, Kubernetes has seen explosive growth and major feature additions. Role-Based Access Control (RBAC) was added. Many new resource types have been introduced. Custom Resource Definitions (CRDs) were invented. And most importantly, a set of best practices emerged....
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