It’s that time of month again, time to browse the GitHub trending page and pick the best, coolest, or most impressive open source projects for the month. December 2019 was full of great repos, and as always, it’s hard to narrow it down to just the top five. Last month we saw a way to make Docker containers smaller, a helpful source code explorer, and more.
Every Monday, we take a step back and look at all the cool stuff that went down during the previous week. Last week we wrote about the State of the Developer Nation report, as well as developments in the Java world and Docker Enterprise’s acquisition by Mirantis, plus much more. Let’s take a closer look.
Docker reaches a new era, marking a new beginning, as well as an end. Docker Enterprise has been acquired by Mirantis, a vendor for enterprise cloud solutions. What does the acquisition include, what are the plans for the future and what should current Docker Enterprise customers be aware of? Read the rundown of everything you need to know about the news.
How can you get started with Continuous Integration with Spring Boot? In this tutorial, learn how Continuous Integration and Delivery will help you test and prepare a Java app for Docker. This is part one of a tutorial series by Tomas Fernandez. By the end of this article, you will have set up your first CI/CD pipeline and know all about it!
Docker is a hard beast to tame, so it’s essential that you know the basics inside out. At DevOpsCon, Gabriella Querales gave a talk about Docker components and how they work, and what to do if they don’t. In Silicon Valley, engineers deploy-and-tell, so sit a while and listen.
DevOps continues its steady growth throughout 2019 and beyond. Here are some highly recommended tools for you and your team to check out and implement into DevOps strategies. Find out exactly what you need for your specific use cases and goals. Have you tested them out? Finding the best DevOps tool is something that will take some experimentation and testing.
What does “container first” mean? What are the strengths of Quarkus? What’s new in 0.20.0? What features can we look forward to in the future? When will version 1.0.0 be released? We have so many questions about Quarkus and Alex Soto was kind enough to answer them all.
Every Monday, we take a step back and look at all the cool stuff that went down during the previous week. Last week we saw some great video content from JAX DevOps 2019, a short history of Kotlin, and learned how to start working with Kubernetes and Docker. Let’s take a look.
Kubernetes is most often used with Docker containers. But it’s not strictly dependent upon them. So how do they work together? This comprehensive Kubernetes guide explains it in detail. Additionally, Payara Micro is discussed – a lightweight open source platform for deploying Kubernetes in cloud environments.
Following a public beta in which more than 2,000 people participated, Docker Enterprise 3.0 has now entered general availability. It brings with it the ability to automate the deployment of containers and Kubernetes, and a new application format, Docker Application. Let’s take a closer look.
Do you struggle with memorizing Docker commands? LazyDocker is a simple, yet customizable, terminal user interface for Docker and Docker-compose. It was written with the minimalistic Go library, gocui. Watch the demo video and see how this project can help programmers with Docker commands and container tracking.
Maven’s rich ecosystem of plugins can be used for automating all kinds of mundane, repetitive tasks. In this tutorial, you can learn how building and deployment of Docker containerized OSGi applications on Kubernetes can be automated.
The public beta for Docker Enterprise 3.0 is now available for registration. Announced at DockerCon19, the new offerings provide added security, integrate Docker Desktop Enterprise, Docker Kubernetes Services, and Docker Applications. These new options aim to reduce workloads and simplify deployment.