Category Archives: Docker

SaveTheTree – Docker in enterprises

First up…. this has nothing to do with saving trees – at least of the botanical variety. This has everything to do with Docker in the enterprise! Background So… I spun up some new Docker hosts the other day… and it wasn’t long before I needed my trusty old friend `docker images –tree`. Well what… Read More »

Containers: Resistance is Futile!

In April 2015 I delivered this talk at the inaugural TECH.UNPLUGGED event in London. The presentation’s aimed at getting enterprises ready for the container revolution. You can also check out the other talks from the event by checking out the TECH.UNPLUGGED YouTube channel Enjoy! And……. if you’re wanting to get yourself and your enterprise ready… Read More »

Here come the *real* server Operating Systems…

The days of server and desktop Operating Systems looking and feeling the same are gone – those are the olden days! We’re being invaded by a new breed of *proper* server Operating Systems.  These guys are stripped down, hardened, tuned and optimised for server workloads. They’ve got none of the extra crap needed for things… Read More »

Docker on Windows – Some Insight

So last week I had a cracking and informative conversation on Twitter about native Docker support on the next version of Windows Server. So I thought it only right to scribble down the good stuff here for anyone who didn’t get a chance to listen in and get involved. It all started when Stu Miniman… Read More »

A Container First Approach

It seems like everyone I speak to about Docker containers thinks they can’t replace virtual machines. Well…….. I beg to differ! I thought containers could only run a single process? First up. Why do people think containers can’t replace VM’s? Well…. from my extensive scientific research (a.k.a my gut-feel after conversations with various people) it… Read More »