You might have seen the Magazine’s previous article on running SQL Server v.Next on Fedora. That post talks about how to install it directly in to your Fedora installation. However, containers are an incredibly popular way to deploy apps especially ...Read more »
Homebrew, but with Docker images
Whalebrew creates aliases for Docker images so you can run them as if they were native commands. It’s like Homebrew, but everything you install is cleanly packaged up in a Docker image.
Introduction My first encounter with docker goes back to early 2015. Docker was experimented with to find out whether it could benefit us. At the time it wasn’t possible to run a container [i…...Read more »
This is a follow up to my previous post Labelling problems with Docker automated builds. There is now a solution using a build hook.Read more »