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Developing .NET software on Linux with Mono

Developing .NET software on Linux with Mono

The motivation The obvious question here is why would you want to develop .NET software on Linux or for Linux? At the risk of sounding like throwing buzzwords around, I will say it is because Linux dominates the cloud completely. Many cloud-related technologies such as Docker, Mesos, and others build on Linux as a base. […]

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How to manage your Docker runtime config with Vagrant

How to manage your Docker runtime config with Vagrant

In this short blog I will show you how to manage a Docker container using Vagrant. Since version 1.6 Vagrant supports Docker as a provider, next to existing providers for VirtualBox and AWS. With the new Docker support Vagrant boxes can be started way faster. In turn Vagrant makes Docker easier to use since its […]

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Using Docker to efficiently create multiple tomcat instances

Using Docker to efficiently create multiple tomcat instances

In my previous blog article I gave a short introduction into Docker (“an open-source engine that automates the deployment of any application as a lightweight, portable, self-sufficient container that will run virtually anywhere”). In this article we’ll check out how to create an image for Tomcat 7 and the Java 7 JDK as dependency. So, let’s […]

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Next step in virtualization: Docker, lightweight containers

Next step in virtualization: Docker, lightweight containers

Lately, I have been experimenting with Docker, a new open source technology based on Linux containers (LXC). Docker is most easily compared to Virtual Machines (VMs). Both technologies allow you to create multiple distinct virtual environments which can be run on the same physical machine (host). Docker also shares characteristics with configuration management tools like […]

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