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Windows Container Orchestration with Kubernetes: An Update

This article will interest open source technology enthusiasts with knowledge of container orchestration and Kubernetes. Windows applications constitute a large portion of the services and...

How are Iterable, Iterator and Generator Different?

The concepts — iterable, iterator and generator — can be pretty confusing to Python users. This article highlights the differences between the three advanced...
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A Quick Dive into Kata Containers 1.0

Kata Containers is a free and open source project aimed at building standard lightweight virtual machines (VMs). These VMs have the feel of containers...

Continuous Container Image Scanning to Work at the Speed of DevOps

In India, there are a lot of activities happening around Cloud and container related technologies, which continues to be a strong growth driver and...

How to Install and Use Docker on Ubuntu

In the last few years, server virtualisation has become very popular. We cannot imagine cloud computing without virtualisation. But the explosive growth in computing...

The Container Wars: Kubernetes vs Amazon ECS

Among container orchestration technologies, Kubernetes and Amazon ECS lead the pack. However, on what basis should systems administrators choose one over the other? This...
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Kontena: A developer-friendly container and microservices platform

Kontena is driving innovation in container platform technology by accelerating projects and taking container-based release automation to the next level. Kontena developers can leverage...

The best open source tools for containerisation

Container management and automation tools are today a great necessity, since IT organisations need to manage and monitor distributed and cloud/native based applications. Let’s...

Kubernetes: A Portable and Scalable Orchestration Layer for Container Applications

Kubernetes is a production grade open source orchestration system used to deploy, scale and manage containerised applications. It is based on the same principles...

Building a multi-host, multi-container orchestration and distributed system using Docker

This article is about the next generation Docker clustering and distributed system, which comes with various interesting built-in features like orchestration, self-healing, self-organising, resilience...
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