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Preparing your Docker container for Azure App Services

Similar to other cloud platforms, Azure is starting to leverage containers to provide flexible managed environments for us to run Applications. The App Service on Linux… 731 more words

Azure Platform

Paracloud: bringing application insight into cloud operations

Paracloud: bringing application insight into cloud operations Nadgowda et al., HotCloud’17

We’ll be looking at a selection of papers from HotCloud’17 this week. The HotCloud workshop focuses on new and emerging trends in cloud computing, and the CfP particularly encourages position papers that describe novel research directions and work that is in its formative stages. 1,310 more words

Static Security Analysis of Container Images with CoreOS Clair

Container security is (or should be) a concern to anyone running software on Docker Containers. Gone are the days when running random Images found on the internet was common place. 1,405 more words

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Docker for Developers

What is Docker?

Docker is a tool that is made to create, deploy and run applications by using containers where Containers allow a developer to package its application (libraries, dependencies etc)  and deliver as one package.

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Containers - and what’s the big deal for financial services...

By leveraging containers, financial services institutions (FSI) can create a flexible compute platform, spanning the hybrid cloud to offer easier application portability that supports rapid application development and are capable of delivering new business technology at the cadence demanded by today’s CEO. 758 more words

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Organization and Chaos

One thing I get asked a lot about is how I organize my stash, especially scraps.  I store them in different ways, depending on what I call the ‘food chain of piecing.’  The biggest hunks of fabric get their own bins of color, then the smaller precuts get their own stack of bins, weird and odd-sized hunks (generally smaller than a fat quarter) get a different stack of bins and depending on the pattern I have in mind, I pull fabric from some or all of the bins. 543 more words

Scrap Quilting