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Nathan LeClaire

Lately I’ve become fascinated with Riemann, a piece of software written in Clojure for the purpose of supervising the health of distributed systems. Created by Kyle Kingsbury (a.k.a. aphyr) of Jepsen fame, Riemann is a powerful tool for montioring, processing, and responding to information from your cattle herd.

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Mike Goelzer

Today in Swarm Week, we’re getting more advanced with Swarm. In addition to orchestration tutorial video featuring Jérôme Petazzoni, we wanted to share some tips for you to try as you start getting familiar with creating and using Swarm clusters.

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Mano Marks

Jérôme Petazzoni, Docker’s tinkerer extraordinaire, has been running full day on container orchestration with the full Docker stack. The whole workshop uses a demo application using DockerCoin (not a real currency, he tells us). It’s got with web frontends, web services, background workers, and stateful data stores. This is all to give you the experience of running a full scale app in production.

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Scott Coulton

  Healthdirect Australia provides all Australians with access to health information and advice, no matter where they live, or what time of the day or night it is, they can talk to a health professional, find trusted advice online about the appropriate care for their health issue and find the closest local services that are open when they need them. Our Docker journey originally started with the open source edition and early on we invested in building out our own tooling to support infrastructure and application provisioning. Recently we transitioned to Docker Datacenter consisting of Engine, Trusted Registry and Universal…

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Betty Junod

Welcome to #SwarmWeek! In this rapidly changing container ecosystem, we believe that orchestration is one piece of a complete end-to-end application platform for both developers and IT operations teams to build, ship and run distributed applications. Docker Swarm is a big part of our orchestration toolset which includes: Docker Swarm for host clustering and container scheduling Docker Machine for automating Docker host provisioning Docker Compose for defining multi-container applications

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Theo Platt

written by Theo Platt, Associate Director, Biogen and Karl Gutwin, Senior Data Architect, Biogen The Data Sciences department at Biogen has been using Docker and watching the (r)evolution for a couple of years. Last year, as our experience with Docker grew and the use cases expanded, we built our own early Docker Swarm cluster with homegrown orchestration capabilities. Through cutting-edge science and medicine, Biogen discovers, develops and delivers worldwide innovative therapies for people living with serious neurological, autoimmune and rare diseases. Founded in 1978, Biogen is one of the world’s oldest independent biotechnology companies and patients worldwide benefit from its leading multiple…

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Solomon Hykes

Behind every tech giant is a treasure of innovative technology kept under wraps to preserve a strategic advantage. At Docker, we believe our job is to democratize these technologies by integrating them in tools that are easy to use and help people create new things. We did this for Linux containers, to help make applications more portable. We are also doing it with hypervisors and unikernels with the help of the Unikernel Systems team. Today we are proud to take a new step in this direction by acquiring Conductant, Inc.

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Docker Core Engineering

We’re pleased to announce Docker 1.10, jam-packed with stuff you’ve been asking for. It’s now much easier to define and run complex distributed apps with Docker Compose. The power that Compose brought to orchestrating containers is now available for setting up networks and volumes. On your development machine, you can set up your app with multiple network tiers and complex storage configurations, replicating how you might set it up in production. You can then take that same configuration from development, and use it to run your app on CI, on staging, and right through into production. Check out the blog…

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