Ajeet Singh Raina

Senior Systems Development Engineer, DellEMC at Bengaluru, Karnataka, India, Bengaluru, Karnataka India

Ajeet Singh Raina is a Docker Captain & {code} Catalysts by DellEMC. He is currently working as Technical Lead Engineer in Enterprise Solution Group @ Dell R&D. He has over 9+ years of solid understanding of a diverse range of IT infrastructure, systems management, systems integration and quality assurance. He is among the early adopter of Docker inside Dell, Inc.and have several blogs under his name on containerizing Dell Legacy applications. He is a frequent blogger and has 100+ blogs contributed on new upcoming Docker releases and features. His personal blog http://www.collabnix.com attracts roughly thousands of visitors and tons of page-views every month. His areas of interest includes Docker on Swarm Mode, IoTs, Legacy Applications & Cloud.

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Orchestration (specifically Swarm Mode)
Docker Datacenter
Networking
Docker for Operations

Programming Languages

Bash
PowerCLI

Operating Systems

Linux
Windows

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Blog Posts by Ajeet Singh Raina

Docker Enterprise Edition(EE) 2.0 Public Beta release was launched early this year. One of the most promising feature announced with this release includes Kubernetes integration as an optional orchestration solution, running side-by-side with Docker Swarm. Not only this, this release includes Swarm Layer 7 routing improvements, Registry image mirroring, Kubernetes integration to Docker Trusted Registry & Kubernetes integration to Docker EE access controls. With this new release, organizations will be able to deploy applications with either Swarm or fully-conformant Kubernetes while maintaining the consistent developer-to-IT workflow.
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“As you grow up, make sure you have more networking opportunities than chances, and more collaborative approach than just an acquaintance. Reason  ~ “Sharing is Caring”.

Docker’s Birthday Celebration is not just about cakes, food and party. It’s actually a global tradition that is near and dear to our heart because it gives each one of us an opportunity to express our gratitude to our community of contributors, customers, partners and users. The goal of this global celebration is to welcome those new to Docker and bring them up to speed through hands-on labs with the help of more advanced users who act as mentors on-site.

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Continuous Integration (CI) is a development practice that requires developers to integrate code into a shared repository several times a day. Each check-in is then verified by an automated build, allowing teams to detect problems early. CI doesn’t get rid of bugs, but it does make them dramatically easier to find and remove.
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Docker For Mac 17.12 GA Release is now available for the general public. Experimental Kubernetes Support is available only on Edge Release. You can now run a single-node Kubernetes cluster from the “Kubernetes” Pane in Docker For Mac Preferences and use kubectl commands as well as docker commands. This means that there is no need of installing Kubectl or related Kubernetes CLI commands. It is ready-to-use platform which gives developers a simple and fast way to build and test Kubernetes apps locally with the latest and greatest Docker.
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Docker For Mac 17.12 GA Release is now available for the general public. Experimental Kubernetes Support is available only on Edge Release. You can now run a single-node Kubernetes cluster from the “Kubernetes” Pane in Docker For Mac Preferences and use kubectl commands as well as docker commands. This means that there is no need of installing Kubectl or related Kubernetes CLI commands. It is ready-to-use platform which gives developers a simple and fast way to build and test Kubernetes apps locally with the latest and greatest Docker.
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