How To: Scale RabbitMQ on a CoreOS Cluster Through Docker

Dynamic scaling is a fundamental requirement for modern distributed system architectures. Using CoreOS and Docker, it’s possible to rapidly scale machines and containers, respectively. RabbitMQ fits perfectly well with containers. In this post, we will sh… Read more


Death of Docker?

Back in September 2016, an event went unnoticed, although it was a fundamental change. Google and RedHat declared the game is over: they decided to fork Docker. Why did they decide to do that? Redhat had several reasons: Container conception:…Read more ›... (more…)

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Preventing Docker Escaping Attacks

In my last post "Docker for Automating Honeypots or Malware Sandboxes" some people were worried about Docker not being safe enough to use it as a malware sandbox, at least for now, given for example the article From webshell to docker container escape wit...

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More powerful Docker builds

It's surprising how quickly you can run into the limitations of Docker, especially when you try to use Docker for building your applications from source code. One of the most frustrating limitations becomes apparent when you try to use Docker to deal with... (more…)

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