We are excited to announce our version of the party game for horrible developers, DevOps Against Humanity.
Docker storage is hard.
Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned pro, moving Docker containers, servers, and volumes without impacting applications is a very common problem.
In the spirit of maintaining a relationship of transparency and trust with our customers, we’ve provided a rundown of events that transpired yesterday that affected a number of regions. We sincerely apologize to those affected and have taken steps to ensure this particular issue cannot happen again.
Today we're excited to announce the availability of MongoDB 3.0 and the ability to provision MongoDB instances in our Joyent Amsterdam region. MongoDB 3.0 provides significant stability and performance improvements over the previous versions.
JSONStream is one of the oldest and most useful libraries in npm. It allows you to process JSON from any readable stream in realtime without wasting memory and buffering data. It supports real time parsing from multiple format styles (elements within an array, line delimited JSON, etc).
Last week, I had the pleasure of hosting a webinar sharing everything from tips and tricks to challenges and watch outs from our experience deploying and running more than 4,000 Docker containers in production. I personally especially enjoyed the productive Q&A session.
In case you missed out last week, you can still watch the recorded version here. And because you all asked so many really good questions, I've compiled the answers to some of the most asked Docker questions right here.
Today we're thrilled to announce that we now have official support for deploying and running Python applications on the Modulus platform. This means you can host your Django apps with ease. Similar to our support for PHP, Java, and Node.js, our pythonic support offers a wide array of features along side of your running applications. What's more exciting is that this comes right as Django is turning 10 years old.
The pace of technological change is now much faster than the speed of tech leaders’ decision making. In a recent study from RackSpace, nearly two-thirds of IT decision makers said they had invested in tech that was never even used because of the unprecedented pace. New industries are popping up every day and tools like Docker are reshaping how IT decision-makers approach running and managing applications.
As DockerCon sold out in advance, we know there were many folks who weren’t able to attend the conference. As fun and exciting as it was, there were a handful of announcements that topped our list of highlights from the DockerCon 2015 experience. One of the biggest learnings for us was the incredibly large proportion of companies who were well familiar with Docker but hadn’t yet deployed it into production. Docker announced plenty of tools and resources that will definitely help move that needle.
We're now on day two of DockerCon, we've talked to hundreds of people, and one of the most common questions is how we've designed our containers and made it possible to easily run thousands of them in production. To answer this question, today we’re exicted to announce that we’ve open-sourced all of our build and runtime Docker images.
At Modulus we've been making use of Docker as our core containerization technology for nearly a year. During this time we’ve developed a standard for multi-language app deployment including Node.js, Java, PHP, and Nginx static sites. Not only does open-sourcing our containers allow us to share what we’ve learned with the community, but allows our customers to see exactly how their applications run in production.