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  1. DevNation Live Blog: Meet the assertable Chaos Monkeys for your Docker system - RHD Blog

    https://developers.redhat.com/blog/2016/06/29/devnation-live-blog-meet-the-assertable-chaos-monkeys-for-your-docker-system/

    The production system has been targeted by troublesome random failures over a long period of time, and countless hours of debugging has yielded no valuable results. We’re close to throwing in the ...

  2. DevNation Live Blog: CDK 2.0: Docker, Kubernetes, and OSE on your desk - RHD Blog

    https://developers.redhat.com/blog/2016/06/27/devnation-live-blog-cdk-2-0-docker-kubernetes-and-ose-on-your-desk/

    As a systems engineer, I enjoy building deploying production and pre-production services. These production services tend to be built at scale in a highly redundant architecture.  The problem has a ...

  3. Sticking with HEAD on OpenShift with Image Streams

    /en/blog/sticking-head-openshift-image-streams?source=onsite&key=docker

    Many modern developers have learned that ‘sticking with HEAD’ (the most recent stable release) can be the best way to keep their application more secure. In this new ‘devops’ world there’s a fine ...

  4. A preview of running containers without root in RHEL 7.6

    /en/blog/preview-running-containers-without-root-rhel-76?source=onsite&key=docker

    Do rootless containers sound interesting? What exactly are rootless containers? It sounds so mysterious, right? Rootless containers are Linux containers that run as non-root, unprivileged users. I ...

  5. Introducing a *Super* Privileged Container Concept - RHD Blog

    https://developers.redhat.com/blog/2014/11/06/introducing-a-super-privileged-container-concept/

    Letting the containers out of containment. I have written a lot about *Containing the Containers*, e.g. *Are Docker containers really secure?* and *Bringing new security features to Docker*. Howev ...

  6. Running CDK 3.0 on Fedora 25 - RHD Blog

    https://developers.redhat.com/blog/2017/06/20/running-cdk-3-0-on-fedora-25/

    Red Hat Container Development Kit (CDK) provides a Container Development Environment (CDE) that allows users to build a virtualized environment for OpenShift. This environment is similar to the us ...

  7. Storage for RHV and OCP: Two Glusters on one platform

    /en/blog/storage-rhv-and-ocp-two-glusters-one-platform?source=onsite&key=docker

    Architecture is an interesting discipline. There are whitepapers and best practices and reference architectures to offer pristine views of what your perfect deployment should look like. And then t ...

  8. Announcing “Yum + RPM for Containerized Applications” -- Nulecule & Atomic App

    /en/blog/announcing-yum-rpm-containerized-applications-nulecule-atomic-app?source=onsite&key=docker

    The promise of Docker is that it simplifies application deployment, allows greater application density on hosts, and features a portable format that offers unparalleled flexibility over standard p ...

  9. Linux Containers: Why They’re in Your Future and What Has to Happen First

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    Several weeks ago Red Hat and Cisco collaborated on a whitepaper for IT leaders and industry analysts on Linux containers.  The following is an excerpt from the first page:"Linux containers and Do ...

  10. Architecting Containers Part 5: Building a Secure and Manageable Container Software Supply Chain

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    BackgroundIn Architecting Containers Part 4: Workload Characteristics and Candidates for Containerization we investigated the level of effort necessary to containerize different types of workloads ...

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