I am honored to having written a foreword for Jeff Nickoloff’s new book,
Docker in Action from Manning Publications. I made acquaintance with
Jeff through his marvelous blog posts on Docker and microservices. Make sure you
check out his book.
Even for someone who does not care about Microsoft Azure at all, I think the
“Virtual Machine Extensions” concept is something pretty darn interesting and
other cloud providers do not have an equivalent.
I wanted to re-iterate an article I published on Azure Blog more informally, so here we are. In the past few months, I have been trying to make it damn easy to create Docker Swarm clusters on Microsoft Azure.
Whenever I have some distributed workload I want to deploy to cloud, I prefer Docker Swarm right away:
Other orchestrators (as of writing) are more tedious …
I am honored to give a talk at my most favorite dev conference ever, DockerCon 2015 Europe! When I got the email saying my proposal got accepted, I thought it was going to be the happiest moment of my year.
I was proved wrong when my talk turned out to be the top rated session of the
conference! The video recording and the slides are finally here. Get your
popcorn ready, sit back and enjoy the show!
wagl is a DNS server which allows microservices running
as containers on a distributed Docker Swarm cluster to find and talk to
each other. It is minimalist and works as a drop-in container in your cluster.