Tag : container deployment

Manage Containers in Under 5 Minutes!

Containerization — container-based virtualization and application containerization — dramatically increases the speed and efficiency of deploying and running cloud applications. But the delivery and management of cloud applications can be time-consuming and is sometimes tricky; both variables reduce the appeal of containerization. As a SaaS, Nirmata does the undifferentiated heavy lifting for you. Nirmata empowers…

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Using JFrog Artifactory and Nirmata to streamline continuous delivery of containerized applications

Continuous delivery is a software development approach whereby software is built so that it can be released to production at any time. In other words, with continuous delivery, software should be easily deployable, on demand, to any environment, at any time. Companies seeking software agility are increasingly adopting continuous delivery and building pipelines to seamlessly…

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Managing Microservices on Cisco Metapod with Nirmata

Over the last few years, OpenStack has become a popular choice for private clouds. However, OpenStack is complex to deploy and manage for production applications. Large enterprises may have the time and resources to deploy and operate OpenStack on their own, but small and mid-sized enterprise are increasingly adopting OpenStack as a managed service. Cisco…

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Flexible deployment of Liferay using Docker and Nirmata Container Services

Liferay Portal is a popular open source enterprise web platform for content management and collaboration. Besides all the enterprise class features, what makes Liferay so popular is the various deployment options and integrations. From an architectural standpoint, Liferay is a traditional, often referred to as a monolith, application but actual deployments can become quite complex…

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Here come the clones!

Nirmata provides multi-cloud container services to foster enterprise adoption of cloud-native applications and DevOps best practices. In this post, I will describe a cool new feature in Nirmata – cloning an entire application runtime with a single click! Image credit: instructables.com Introduction Nirmata allows rapid modeling of any application – complex microservices style applications, clustered applications,…

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Deploying microservices style applications with CoreOs, Docker and Nirmata

As application container adoption continues to grow, the popularity of ‘minimal’ operating systems, designed to run containers, is on the rise.  One such operating system is CoreOS. CoreOs has been architected to run modern, cloud native applications and provide support for Docker containers. In this post, I will describe how Nirmata can be used to…

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Nirmata private cloud support, private docker registry support and more..

We are super excited to share some recent product updates. Since our beta launch, the usage and feedback has been terrific! Over the last few weeks, we have been busy adding new capabilities to Nirmata as well as addressing issues reported by our users. Here they are: Private Image Registry Customers can now securely connect…

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Defining DevOps

 Over the last few years, I’ve spent quite a bit of time learning and discussing DevOps, as well as putting into practice DevOps principles and values. I’ve read several  articles that provide detailed descriptions of what DevOps is, and what DevOps is not. Most of these talk about moving development and operations teams closer together, the cultural changes involved,…

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Deploy applications, not containers!

  Its 2015 and Docker continues to build on the momentum it gained last year [1], with huge developer traction and a growing ecosystem. Even large enterprise software vendors have started to embrace Docker and are announcing Docker based solutions, that are likely to accelerate adoption of Docker in enterprises. Some in the press even…

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Are Containers Part of Your IT Strategy?

In 2002, VMware introduced their Type 1 hypervisor which made server virtualization mainstream and eventually a requirement for all enterprise IT organizations. Although cost savings are often cited as a driver, virtualization became a big deal for businesses as it allows continuous IT services. Using virtualization, IT departments could now offer zero-downtime services, at scale,…

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