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Containers Crossing the Chasm

Posted by Saul Caganoff on 14 September 2018

containers, docker, kubernetes, strategy, PaaS

Containers and allied mechanisms for application lifecycle management and orchestration are gaining a huge amount of attention in the tech community. A few recent surveys show that developers are the early adopters of this technology with operational use set to gain further traction in the next twelve months.

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Microservices with Apache Camel, Spring Boot and Docker

Posted by Sohrab Hosseini on 31 March 2016

tech, Microservices, camel, springboot, docker

This is 2016. If you are still spending macro-efforts developing microservices, there is something seriously wrong. These days, there are plenty of tools and frameworks at the disposal of the discerning developer to rapidly build microservices.

To demonstrate this, we will build a quick microservice here together....

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Dock Tales: Docker Authoring, with Special Guest Mule ESB

Posted by Sohrab Hosseini on 30 March 2015

tech, mule, docker, docktales

If you followed my previous rambling, you might feel like we are due for some hands-on Dockering. So let’s get technical!

There are plenty of Docker “tutorials” out there. They show you step-by-step what to do, but I believe that, more often than not, they fail to tell you why. And by the time you finish these...

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Dock Tales, Or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Container

Posted by Sohrab Hosseini on 23 March 2015

tech, docker, docktales

Docker has just turned two and it has been a heck of a two years. Looking back, describing its rise as meteoric now seems like such a misnomer as there is no sign of slowing down.

Moby Dock & Friends

Here at Deloitte Platform Engineering, we have been watching the rise of this technology with great interest. There...

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