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How to: Docker Swarm on CentOS in Azure step by step  part 3 of 3

Posted by Brian Keyes

Jul 25, 2017 10:17:53 AM Docker, Azure

 

If you are coming here from part 2 of the series you will recognize the setup here.


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How to: Docker Swarm on CentOS in Azure step by step  part 2 of 3

Posted by Brian Keyes

Jul 24, 2017 4:06:12 PM Docker, Azure

 


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How to: Docker Swarm on CentOS in Azure step by step  part 1 of 3

Posted by Brian Keyes

Jul 21, 2017 12:12:26 PM

In this blog we are going to go step by step through the process of building a Docker Swarm in Azure running on CentOS.

The audience for this blog post is anyone who has an interest in Docker and or Azure. There is very little assumed knowledge other than a power user's level of knowledge and how to use ssh or Putty. This post is written in a simple way to guide the uninitiated thru the process. The take away from this blog post will be an enhanced knowledge of both Docker and Azure.You will also have a functioning non-prod, Docker Swarm, running Nginx web servers horizontally scaled in the Azure cloud!
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Docker on Windows 2016 : A simple webserver

Posted by Brian Keyes

Jun 22, 2017 11:14:00 AM Docker, Docker Containers, Azure, windows containers

 In our example today we are going to discuss how to create a simple web server (IIS) and run it in a container . We will also inject some of our custom HTML for the example. The prerequisite for this lab would be to have a Windows 2016 server running Docker.


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Docker on Windows Server: Dockerize SQL

Posted by Brian Keyes

Apr 25, 2017 9:40:00 AM Docker, Docker Containers, windows containers


Linux based apps can use MongoDB, MySQL or PostgreSQL in the form of Docker Linux Containers. Windows-based SQL Server containers are now supported with Windows Server 2016. Let's look at how you can create and connect to a MSSQL container in Azure and Windows.


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Another Simple Windows Container Image and Instance Example

Posted by Brian Keyes

Apr 18, 2017 11:09:09 AM Docker, Docker Containers, windows containers


Once we have created the Windows 2016 server, we can logg into the Azure Portal and connect to the instance via RDP.  For our example, we will be creating a folder structure where at the root of C:/, there is a folder called “dockerlabs”. Under the c:/dockerlabs folder, we will also create the folder “env”.In this blog post, we will be outlining the concept “Dockerfile” and create a simple example to highlight the difference between container images and instances.  Of course, before we first need to make sure that we are using a Windows 2016 Server with containers feature enabled.  These are the steps shown in my previous article - "Deploying a Simple Windows Container in Azure".

 


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Deploying a Simple Windows Container in Azure

Posted by Brian Keyes

Apr 13, 2017 9:35:42 AM Docker, Docker Containers, Azure, windows containers

With the release of Windows Server 2016, Microsoft has expanded its integration with Docker to include running Docker Windows Containers.  As I mentioned in my previous article, this now means that there we can now run both Docker FOR Windows and Docker ON Windows.

There are several prerequisites for installing Docker for Windows. Fortunately, Microsoft Azure already has a Windows Server 2016 with a containers template that will satisfy those requirements for you. We will go through an exercise to demonstrate what a general implementation of Docker for Windows would look like if you elected to use Azure for your computing needs.


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Docker FOR Windows vs. Docker ON Windows Server

Posted by Brian Keyes

Apr 11, 2017 9:47:00 AM Docker, Docker Containers, Azure, windows containers


Business demand to use “Docker FOR Windows Server” is ramping up faster than ever. There is a good chance some of your enterprise workloads are Windows-based. How can your business benefit from the introduction of Docker’s solution for Windows intensive environments?

Way back in 2014, Docker and Microsoft joined forces to bring Docker to local Windows Servers and Azure’s cloud offering.  That combination has clearly paid off.  This year at DockerCon17 (in Austin from April 17th to the 20th – hope to see you there!), all of the hands-on labs will be hosted in Microsoft Azure.      


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Brian Keyes

Brian has over 20 years of experience as a Systems Engineer with a strong background in VMware, storage, networking and security. Brian has worked for variety of US Govt. entities over the years;DOD,NGA,NNSA and others. Currently focused on Docker technologies
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