Category Archives: DevOps

DevOps is a set of practices that combines software development (Dev) and IT operations (Ops). It aims to shorten the systems development life cycle and provide continuous delivery with high software quality.
It is also fun to use!

Docker History

Bullet points: 1979: Unix V7 Introduced the chroot command to isolate the filesystem a process “access” to. Various technology was introduced up to 2006, like Virtuozzo (which patched Linux in a proprietary ways) 2006: Process Containers Launched by Google in … Continue reading
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Random thoughts on DevOps 2022

My true personal opinion based on what customers asks and what co-worker uses: docker , docker-compose is still the dev winner Podman is rising but it has no extra feature, because docker support the rootless mode too. Ignite – Use … Continue reading
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Git Servers for your very secret projects

Hosting a Git repository can be a strong need if you want to keep your projects outside the cloud providers. Keep in mind security offered by GitHub, GitLab and Cloud providers like AWS, MS-Azure, etc are damn good (often offering … Continue reading
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Let PiHole play nice with docker-compose

When you run pihole in a docker container, it could be difficult to build images on the same docker daemon, because docker-compose cannot pass DNS request to another container during build, and normal dns resolution fixes won’t work. I solved … Continue reading
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HarborMaster!

After creating Misterio, I found this alternative called HarborMaster: Harbormaster is a small utility that lets you easily deploy multiple Docker-Compose applications on a single host. It does this by taking a list of git repository URLs that contain Docker … Continue reading
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The end of the Database Mangement System as we know it

In Microservices architecture, you decompose your services in a set of fine-grained services. These services are full-stack software, from front end API down to database layer. Each microservice is responsible and owns its data. For instance if you have a … Continue reading
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AWS ECS is NOT Docker Swarm

Amazon Elastic Container services (ECS) is the Amazon Solution for running  docker containers on Amazon. ECS is not a docker swarm implementation. I am writing this article to stress this, because this point is not very clear digging in the tutorials … Continue reading
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