DOCKER HOME LAB | Affect container with Dockerfile

In the last post we learned how to use Dockerfiles to automate the build process of making contain images. Now were going to see how we can use Dockerfiles to affect containers beyond the file system. CLICK IN THE FOLLOWING LINKS TO JUMP TO THE POST OF THE THIS SERIES:  DOCKER HOME LAB | Where […]

DOCKER HOME LAB | Building containers with Dockerfile

In the previous post we looked at managing, finding and working with containers. In this post we will be learning how to programmatically make or build container images using dockerfile. CLICK IN THE FOLLOWING LINKS TO JUMP TO THE POST OF THE THIS SERIES:  DOCKER HOME LAB | Where to Start ? DOCKER HOME LAB […]

Docker Home Lab!

Where to star with Docker ? The idea of this series of post, is to facilitate the first steps to start with Docker, from build a vagrant VM where we will install docker server, run a simple container and slowly move to more advance topics. Sit Back, open your terminal, Relax and Enjoy the Flight… CLICK IN THE FOLLOWING LINKS TO JUMP […]

Homelab – The All-in-Onster Part IV – Docker and KVM

Foreword Today's post will be short and snappy, lots of code, little boring text. I will just be installing KVM and Docker, marry both with our ZFS installation and run a quick test on each just to make sure everything works as expected.

DevOps in 30 min. Ansible

Introduction Ansible is simple, has a very low learning curve, and is just pleasant and intuitive to use. You don’t have to install a client or anything special on the children nodes (assuming they have Python 2.6 or greater installed – which most popular Linux distros do), so you can be up and running nearly […]

DevOps: Ansible, Chef, Puppet, SaltStack, Docker in 30 min.

Introduction The aim of this new section of the blog is to provide you with a quick tour of what it’s like to work with the most popular Configuration Management tools like Puppet, Chef, Salt, and Ansible. Using one of this tool is a huge win for your productivity, speed, and sanity. Exactly why is […]

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