Category: Open Source

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Riding the clouds to Tokyo

A quick succession of late year conferences is starting this week as I head to Tokyo for the bi-annual OpenStack Summit. While I am not involved in the OpenStack community directly, my Open Technologies...

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It’s the community, stupid.

So, given a potentially international audience, the title of this blog entry is a spin of an old US presidential campaign phrase, “It’s the economy, stupid!” But what do I mean by that? Well,...

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User namespaces have arrived in Docker!

02/08/2016 UPDATE: Check out my latest blog post on security and user namespaces now that Docker 1.10 is officially released. 01/13/2016 UPDATE: User namespaces have migrated out of experimental for inclusion in the Docker 1.10 release slated for...

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Using TLS with the Docker engine

If you already use Docker, you probably know that, by default, the Docker engine’s REST API is accessible via a UNIX socket which is created when the daemon starts.  This allows the local Docker client (or...

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IBM and Docker: Big Blue Containers!

It has been a big week for news about Docker in more ways than one, but with DockerCon Europe wrapping up today in Amsterdam, I decided to collect up the various announcements related to my...