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December 10, 2015Preview: managing containers and VMs together with Terraform on Triton by Drew Miller & Casey Bisson
Hashicorp's Terraform is a powerful tool to create, manage, and version reproducible infrastructure, including compute resources and upstack services. Today we're introducing a preview release of Terraform to manage Triton infrastructure containers, hardware virtual machines, and Docker containers.
December 10, 2015Node.js and Joyent: Past, Present, and Future
Joyent has been running Node.js in production and at scale for over 5 years. As such, we've learned production practices for designing, deploying and debugging Node.js apps and we've built container-native solutions to optimize app performance, security, and management. Experience the container-native difference!
December 10, 2015Online Meetup: Containerbuddy Introduction
Get an introduction to Containerbuddy, a scheduler agnostic and vendor-neutral tool that simplifies the process for containerizing applications by doing the things most existing apps don’t:
November 6, 2015Microservices stack in seconds: Node.js + Docker + NoSQL by Tim Gross
This post demonstrates how you can deploy and scale a Node.js application backed by Couchbase and load balanced with Nginx. All the components are running in multiple Docker containers on Triton, and use Containerbuddy to automate discovery and configuration. We're using Docker Compose to deploy the application and scale it across the data center on Triton.
November 4, 2015Three steps to getting started with Joyent Triton by Drew Miller
Creating an account with Joyent
November 3, 2015Dynamic DNS for Docker using Containerbuddy and CloudFlare by Tim Gross
In a container-native project, we need to balance the desire for ephemeral infrastructure with the requirement to provide a predictable load-balanced interface with the outside world. By updating DNS records for a domain based on changes in the discovery service, we can make sure our users can reach the load-balancer for our project at all times.
October 29, 2015Simplifying service discovery in Docker with Containerbuddy by Tim Gross
Container-native applications have new responsibilities for discovery. But no one wants to rewrite all our current applications! So what do we do about it?
October 29, 2015Dynamic nginx upstreams with Containerbuddy by Tim Gross
Containerbuddy simplifies service discovery in Docker and provides a workaround for applications not designed from the start for container-native discovery. Here I demonstrate how to make Nginx container-native with Containerbuddy.
October 29, 2015Anti-patterns for service discovery in Docker by Tim Gross
Common patterns for microservice container deployments carry hidden assumptions that increase operational costs and put availability at risk. Let's break down the reasons why and how to build discovery for a container-native world.
October 21, 2015Updating Joyent’s API tools for Mac OS X El Capitan by Drew Miller
Reinstall the command line tools to use our API on OSX El Capitan
October 16, 2015Mesos by the pound by Casey Bisson
In the same way that Docker has proven to be an outstanding way to package applications from development to deploy, Mesos is becoming the de facto standard for scheduling those Dockerized applications.
October 6, 2015Why container security is so critical by Casey Bisson
Properly securing containers for multi-tenant bare metal is essential to eliminating VMs and achieving the promise of containerization.
October 5, 2015VM-native or container-native? Your future depends on it by Casey Bisson
VMs have long defined "cloud infrastructure," but they're hobbling our container future.
September 21, 2015Can you tell me, what version is your infrastructure? by Elijah Zupancic
If you know the version of your software artifact, but don’t have certainty about the underlying platform in which it is running, do you really have any certainty about your application?
September 15, 2015Requests for discussion by Bryan Cantrill
One of the exciting challenges of being an all open source company is figuring out how to get design conversations out of the lunch time discussion and the private IRC/Jabber/Slack channels and into the broader community.