Friday, September 2, 2016
At the end of the last post (see here) we finished when we have an "Automated Build Repository" on Docker-Hub. Now we need a containers platform to run it. I decided to use the Apache Mesus open source solution, when the cluster located on Azure cloud.
Step 1: create the Apache Mesus cluster.
Login to Azure Portal using this link.
Press on the + New link
On the search box write "Azure Container Service"
The filter slide will open with the "Azure Container Service" text.
Select the DC/OS on Azure container.
Press the "Create" button.
Step 1-Tag: create the SSH - Keys.
Thursday, September 1, 2016
At the previous post we manage to create Automated Build Docker Repository. Now we need to create and configure the Docker.
Now we have the skeleton and it's the same skeleton for all Docker types, whether it will hold Java / Python / Scala / .NET Core container, the skeleton is the same.
Environment Setup - Linux
So, we need an environment to work with the Dockers. I myself prefer to work with the Linux Server for that, I sure that there are another alternatives. Sill the terminal approach more clean to do so.
I'm using Ubuntu 16.04 server on Oracle VirtualBox. (if...
Friday, August 26, 2016
On the previous post we declared our goal and solution.
As we start some account should be created.
Docker account on the Docker Hub portal
Git or Bitbucket account, which required when using automated build Docker
Create Docker Hub account
Open the Docker Hub web site and subscribe for a new account.
After the subscription and login you'll navigated to your Dashboard (at start empty). on the top left menu press the Explore link - this will used us later as a base for our Docker.
The other thing that we need to set up is the source control provider. It's only required when using automated...
I want to start this journey from the basic. Although I'm pretty sure that Docker software solution are known knowledge, the all pack should cover it all.
So, what we talking about it to take an exiting solution provided by Docker Hub and second solution provided by Apache Mesos and set it on a 3rd IaaS cluster solution stored on Azure. The main idea is to do it well and not step on each other toes.
The project will contain the next layers:
The Azure Cluster which contains the Mesos cluster. This part will be an IaaS solution...