In this article I will explore Docker more hands-on and describe various features of Docker using a few Ruby images as examples. You can read my previous article for an intro to Docker and virtualization. Docker Images Docker images are read only. When you pull a docker image and run it, the AuFS creates another […]
The motivation behind this post is to answer a simple question: What’s the difference between Docker and classic Virtualization techniques? I set out to research this topic in depth and I will share my findings. I am by no means an expert in either Docker or virtualization so feel free to comment if you find […]
Vagrant setup If you follow the CoreOS documentation and try to get a Vagrant cluster up and running the etcd cluster is not created by default. After cloning the Vagrant CoreOS repo, cd into the cluster folder and run vagrant up. This will start 3 core-os clusters numbered core-01 to core-03. You can ssh into them […]
If you have watched Ryan Bates’ tutorial Simple OmniAuth you probably already know OmniAuth is awesome. Ryan doesn’t go into details about setting up OmniAuth with Facebook so this post has a couple of pointers to help out in that regard. It’s meant as a continuation to the screencast, so if you haven’t seen it […]
I first heard about Unicorn in an interview with 37Signal’s server admin Mark Imbriaco and it made me really curious. There are a few great resources explaining how Unicorn works and a neat benchmark comparing Mongrel, Passenger and Unicorn. I will share my experience playing with Nginx and Unicorn on a Debian Lenny box.