Linuxkit is one of the tools developed by Docker and Docker community. I recently created a video “An Overall View On Docker & Its Ecosystem — Docker, Swarm, Kubernetes, Moby, Containerd, RunC ..” in which I made a quick presentation about Linuxkit:
My last article was about Creating a Serverless Python API Using AWS Lambda & Chalice. After posting it to Reddit, I get a suggestion about using Zappa and since this is a framework that I already used, I thought about adding a new lesson to Practical AWS training.
Chalice is a python serverless microframework for AWS, created by Amazon Web Services. It allows developers create and deploy applications that use Amazon API Gateway and AWS Lambda.
As part of my work in creating the content of Practical AWS training, I was taking some notes about EFS, that I’ll be including in this training but I am sharing some of them here.
I am always experimenting and testing new ideas and through this blog post I’d like to share one of them.
I recently published Docker, Rancher, EFS, Glusterfs, Minikube, SNS, SQS, Microservices, Traefik & Containerd .. My Best Docker Blog Posts, which is my top medium articles about Docker and its ecosystem.
Since I start working on Painless Docker project, I used blog posts as prototypes for the lessons I am sharing with my readers. I’d like to share the best of them through this story.
A DevOps transformation without implementing Infrastructure as Code will remain incomplete: Infrastructure Automation is a pillar of the modern Data Center.
I recently created Books For DevOps: Hand-Picked DevOps & Modern Software Engineering Books.
In the Docker World, the orchestration is the most important part of the ecosystem. Docker Swarm, Kubernetes, Apache Mesos .. all of these are orchestrators, every one of them has its own philosophy, use cases and architecture. Rancher is a tool built to simplify Docker orchestration and management.