#kubernetes

Start with Kubernetes in less than 5 minutes with Minikube

There are (too?) many options to run a Kubernetes cluster, whether in a hosted fashion (Kubernetes-as-a-Service) with services such as Google Container Enginer (GKE) or the brand new Pivotal Container Service (PKS), but also by deploying turnkey or custom solutions. But what if you want to start quickly for lab / education purposes? Or if you want quickly verify something or test a CLI? Here comes Minikube! Minikube creates a local, single-node Kubernetes cluster for development and testing. ...

#automation #devops #docker #photon

Getting started with VMware AppCatalyst

Released as a technology preview during the latest DockerCon (June 2015), VMware AppCatalyst is an API and Command Line Interface (CLI)-driven Mac hypervisor that is purpose-built for developers. Once installed, VMware AppCatalyst allows to quickly and easily deploy Linux container hosts based on VMware Project Photon. [...] VMware AppCatalyst offers developers a fast and easy way to replicate a private cloud locally on their desktop for building and testing containerized and microservices-based applications. ...

#devops #docker #photon #rocket

Getting Started with VMware Project Photon

Containerization is one of the subject which is getting the most attraction at the moment. It’s not only a geek trend, major actors are using containers in production. After all, Google was starting over 2 billion containers per week…exactly one year ago, in May 2014. Two billion containers per week…that’s 3300 containers per second! :) VMware presented last week two new open source projects that will help their customers to build, run and manage their cloud-native applications. ...