Containers are awesome, but sometimes it can feel like your code has been shut up in a black box, stuck off in the cloud where you can’t see what it’s doing. When your app runs the way it’s supposed to this isn’t a problem: containers come, containers go, everyone’s happy. But then there’s that moment when you push a new version of your image and check the cluster status only to see it crashlooping. What’s going on? In my latest post on medium.com I list ten tips that will make debugging your docker containers easier.
Month: March 2016
Comparing Amazon’s Elastic Container Service and Google Kubernetes
Over the last two years docker containers have completely changed the way I look at software builds, deployment and infrastructure. Orchestration platforms like Amazon’s Elastic Container Service and Google Container Engine, built on their open source kubernetes framework, are closing the gap between what we have been able to do with software in containers, and what we want to be able to do with infrastructure and deployments in the cloud. My first piece on medium.com is a comparison of these two “container orchestration” platforms.
Comparing Amazon Elastic Container Service and Google Kubernetes