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3 Signs OpenShift is Right for Your Business [Free Guide]

Posted by Zack Belcher

Aug 29, 2017 6:21:41 PM OpenShift, OpenShift Resource, OpenShift Container Platform requirements

Vizuri is committed to publishing code and content that helps to advance the open source community. We are proud to share a new addition to our content library this week: 3 Signs OpenShift is Right for Your Business.

The following is an excerpt from that free guide, now available for download:

 

...by providing a common platform and tools that can be deployed across heterogeneous environments, OpenShift increases the efficiency of both development and operations teams.  This allows them to develop better applications in less time. Infrastructure teams can move apps around, for example, to upgrade the underlying infrastructure without disrupting the application.


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Non-Functional Requirements for OpenShift Implementations [Free Checklist]

Posted by Nichole Bui

Aug 23, 2017 1:20:43 PM OpenShift, OpenShift Resource, OpenShift Container Platform requirements

Vizuri is committed to publishing code and content that helps to advance the open source community. We are proud to share a new addition to our content library this week: Non-Functional Requirements for OpenShift Implementations. The following is an excerpt from that free guide, now available for download:

...there is no exact level of detail required for any given requirement. However, efforts to document as much detail as possible have many benefits during implementation:

  • More detail enables better definition of system functionality, and better system definition streamlines implementation. Implementers no longer have to stop their work to seek clarification from outside sources. Instead, they need only look to the requirements specifications to determine how the environments should function.
  • Greater detail keeps analysts from having to make assumptions about a given process. These assumptions take additional time to verify, increasing the analysis effort.
  • More detail during analysis provides a solid understanding of functionality expected by both the users and the implementers. This usually leads to fewer change requests, as well as to a more comfortable relationship between the users and the implementers.

We hope the following checklist of requirements helps you to achieve a smooth and successful implementation.


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Practical persistent cloud storage for Docker in AWS using RexRay - pt 4

Posted by Eric Noriega

Aug 2, 2017 12:01:00 PM Docker, Amazon Web Services, aws, RexRay

 RexRay is plugin module available for use with Docker which provides the ability to use shared storage as a Docker volume. It is quick to setup and provides near seamless data sharing between containers. We review it's basic design and detail tips for it's use in the AWS environment.

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Practical persistent cloud storage for Docker in AWS using RexRay - pt 3

Posted by Eric Noriega

Jul 26, 2017 11:25:00 AM Docker, Amazon Web Services, aws, RexRay

 RexRay is plugin module available for use with Docker which provides the ability to use shared storage as a Docker volume. It is quick to setup and provides near seamless data sharing between containers. We review it's basic design and detail tips for it's use in the AWS environment.

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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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Practical persistent cloud storage for Docker in AWS using RexRay - pt 2

Posted by Eric Noriega

Jul 21, 2017 8:25:00 AM Docker, Amazon Web Services, aws, RexRay

RexRay is plugin module available for use with Docker which provides the ability to use shared storage as a Docker volume. It is quick to setup and provides near seamless data sharing between containers. We review it's basic design and detail tips for it's use in the AWS environment.

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Practical persistent cloud storage for Docker in AWS using RexRay - pt 1

Posted by Eric Noriega

Jul 18, 2017 2:18:22 PM Docker Containers, Amazon Web Services, aws, RexRay, Container Storage

RexRay plugin

RexRay is a plugin module available for use with Docker which provides the ability to use shared storage as a Docker volume. It is quick to setup and provides near seamless data sharing between containers. We review it's basic design and detail tips for it's use in the AWS environment. The plugin design supports many different environments.


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Regression Testing With docker-compose

Posted by Doug Toppin

Jul 5, 2017 3:21:28 PM Node js, Docker, Docker Containers, docker compose, regression testing, Continuous Integration, cicd

Most systems are composed of multiple applications. An orchestration mechanism is needed to start the applications when needed and in the correct order. A typical modern application may consist of a database such as MongoDB and a web service implemented using NodeJS. The web application may provide a number of API services accessible via a http ReST interface. Testing those services will require test tools that can send requests to the http interface and evaluate the results returned such as http status codes and response content.


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