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Franck Pachot

Oracle docker image from docker store

By | Oracle | No Comments

Did you notice that each time you want to download the Oracle binaries from the OTN website (for non-production usage) you have to click on the “Accept License Agreement”? This is because you have to agree with the OTN license agreement, and that makes it not easy to distribute an automated way to build an environment. The only exception I have seen was the sealed envelopes provided for the RACattack:  

 
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Stéphane Savorgnano

Windows Server 2016 RTM and Docker

By | Technology Survey | No Comments

I wrote some months ago several blog posts about the new Container feature of Windows Server 2016. Here is the list: Windows Server 2016: Containers Windows Containers: Migration Windows Container: installation and utilization Today, I will install the Container feature, install Docker and deploy a container. First of all, I need to enable the Container and the Hyper-V feature, take care if you use VirtualBox because after having enable Hyper-V this won’t work anymore. Windows…

 
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Daniel Westermann

2016 is over and it was great, 2017 will be even more exciting in the open source area

By | Database Administration & Monitoring | No Comments

Disclaimer: This will not be a technical post at all. The goal is to provide a short overview of what we did in 2016 and what we plan to do in 2017 when it comes to our Open Infrastructure division. We’ll start with a few figures then look at the events we did and some of the projects we completed in 2016. Here we go …  

 
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Daniel Westermann

Getting started with Docker – 2 – building your own base image

By | Database Administration & Monitoring | 2 Comments

In the last post we quickly looked at how you can install everything you need to run docker containers on a CentOS 7 host and did bring up the official PostgreSQL image. However there are good reasons not to rely on an existing image: You want to deliver a pre-configured base image which includes everything your application requires and you want to have control over that image. When this image needs to get updated you…

 
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Daniel Westermann

Getting started with Docker – 1 – overview and installation

By | Database Administration & Monitoring | One Comment

Everybody is talking about Docker nowadays. What it is about? Do you remember Solaris Zones or Containers? It is more or less the same although development of Docker during the last years made Linux Containers the de-facto standard for deploying applications in a standardized and isolated way. Docker is build in a classical client server model: There is the docker server (or daemon) which servers the requests of docker clients. The client is the one…

 
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Morgan Patou

Momentum16 – Day 3 – Documentum with Docker

By | Entreprise content management | No Comments

The last day of the Momentum 16 in Barcelona has been a short one… Indeed there were presentations only in the morning and the event ended at 13:00 with the farewell lunch. So this will be a short blog too!   So first thing in the morning, I had the opportunity to attend a very good presentation about containerizing your On-Premise environment with Docker. This was actually the main purpose of this third day for…

 
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Stéphane Savorgnano

Windows Container: installation and utilization

By | Database Administration & Monitoring | No Comments

Some weeks ago, I did a general presentation about Windows Server 2016 and the new Container feature (here). Today, I will go through the installation and utilization of Windows Containers. I will use a Virtual Machine, under Hyper-V, during this blog. First of all, I have to set the environment to be able to use Windows Containers as it requires the Container OS Base Images. Microsoft has prepared a script in order to configure a…

 
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Stéphane Savorgnano

Windows Server 2016: Containers

By | Operation systems, Technology Survey | No Comments

One of the new feature which will come with Windows Server 2016 is the Containers. Microsoft made available its fourth technical preview of his Windows Server 2016 platform  some days ago. This new Technical Preview brings with it and for the first time Hyper-V Containers as the Technical Preview three came with the first release of Windows Server Containers. I will discuss about the difference of those two types of Container later in this blog….

 
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