Issue 112 — April 19, 2017
Linux Containers to Run Natively on Windows Server
The Linux-oriented nature of Docker hasn’t escaped Microsoft’s attention, but soon Windows stack developers will be able to ‘run any container image regardless of their platform’.
Microsoft Windows Server Team
Moby: Docker's Open Framework to Assemble Container Systems
The Moby Project is a new open-source project to advance the containerization movement.
Docker is transitioning
all of its open source collaborations to the Moby project going forward.”
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LinuxKit: A Toolkit for Building Secure, Portable Linux Subsystems
A new tool from Docker for building custom minimal immutable Linux distributions.
TCP and UDP Load Balancing with NGINX: Tips and Tricks
Thorough notes taken from
a 40 minute talk
on getting the most out of NGINX as a load balancer, complete with config examples.
Konstantin Pavlov, NGINX Inc
Architecture of Giants: Data Stacks at Facebook, Netflix, Airbnb, and Pinterest
Simple event data infrastructure diagrams from several fast-scaling companies.
Weathervane: A Benchmarking Tool for Virtualized Infrastructure
A newly open sourced tool that places a controlled load within a computing environment via a ‘realistic’ application and then simulates users interacting with said app.
Bolt: Netflix's On-Instance Diagnostic and Remediation Platform
No code as yet, but it’s interesting to see a tool Netflix uses to manage issues within its extensive AWS-hosted infrastructure.
How Reddit Built A High Traffic Pixel Art Gallery
Reddit built an interactive pixel art system (called
) that had to work with 100,000s of users from day one. This fascinating post goes into the details including why Cassandra was rejected as a data store, and how Redis was used.
Site Reliability Engineer (Remote)
Work with a dynamic team and be responsible for reliability, scalability, performance, and automation capabilities of our core infrastructure.
Vox Media, Inc
AWS Lambda Now Supports Python 3.6
Amazon Web Services
Netflix Serving 90Gb/s+ From Single Machines Using Tuned FreeBSD
Amazon Picks Up Portions of MIT's 184.108.40.206/8 IPv4 Range
For example, 18.145/16.
Red Hat's Ansible 2.3 DevOps Tool Released
Azure Surpasses AWS as the Public Cloud of Choice?
A new survey found that Azure has opened up a sizeable lead over AWS.
Integrating MongoDB, Twilio and AWS SES with Step Functions
Step Functions were introduced late last year and are still relatively unknown, despite their incredible potential.
How to Use Elasticsearch, Logstash, & Kibana to Manage NGINX Logs
.NET Core and SQL Server in Docker - Part 1: Building The Service
On How Heroku Built Its Continuous Integration Feature
How Google Makes Its Cloud Faster with 'Espresso'
In production for 2 years, Espresso is Google’s peering edge architecture and the latest tool in its Software Defined Networking (SDN) strategy.
The Evolution of Container Usage at Netflix
The Benefits of Server-Side Rendering Over Client-Side Rendering
Building Scalable and Resilient Web Apps with Microsoft Azure
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Jaeger: Microservice Tracing, Profiling and Instrumentation from Uber
Offers client libraries in Go, Python, Java, and Node.
Kubeless: Serverless Framework for Kubernetes
fluentd-pilot: Collect Logs from Docker Containers
Aliyun Container Service
API Star: A Fast and Expressive API Framework for Python 3