Running a MEAN web application in Docker containers on AWS February 08, 2016 at 08:26AM
The rate of adoption of Docker as a containerized solution is soaring. A lot of companies are now using Docker containers to run apps. In a lot of scenarios, using Docker containers can be a better approach than spinning up a full-blown virtual machine.
Running a Rails Development Environment in Docker February 08, 2016 at 08:27AM
As we prepare our new Docker-based infrastructure for running your tests, we’d like to show you how you can use the same environment for development as well. Feel free to follow along as I demonstrate how to move a simple Rails applications into Docker during development.
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In my last article, I showed you how to move a Rails development environment to Docker (and Docker Compose). This time, I want to expand on that and discuss some improvements regarding testing your Rails application. Running your basic test suite is done quite easily.
Build a Minimal Docker Container for Ruby Apps February 08, 2016 at 08:23AM
As a Ruby and Rails developer, I’ve always wanted to have a working and isolated environment for my projects, regardless if it’s a client project, some gem that I work on, or a pet project. Back in the day, I had always wanted to achieve this using Vagrant.
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Running a Private Docker Registry on EC2 February 08, 2016 at 08:24AM
Docker provides an open source registry implementation called “Distribution,” making it simple for anyone to run a private Docker registry. In this article, I’ll provide a brief introduction to the AWS services integrated with Docker and describe how to use AWS for hosting your own registry.
Docker is all the hype these days, and with statements like that, many are wondering how they can get on board and take advantage of whatever it is that makes Docker so popular. That was us just six months ago when we started playing with Docker and trying to fit it into our processes.