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Manuel Weiss

Democratizing Docker for Enterprise

DevelopmentIndustry

Reading Time: 4 minutesOn the second day of DockerCon in Seattle, Docker CEO Ben Golub announced major improvements to handle enterprise needs with Docker. Golub said that the most security-conscious organizations on the planet are now adopting Docker to address their security concerns and announced partnerships with Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Microsoft Azure, and AWS. In his keynote, Golub […]

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What’s New in Docker: Swarm Mode, Built in Orchestration, Services, Healthchecks, .dab files, constraints

DevelopmentIndustry

Reading Time: 5 minutesUPDATE: With January 1st, 2017 we rebranded our hosted CI Platform for Docker from “Jet” to what is now known as “Codeship Pro”. Please be aware that the name “Jet” is only being used four our local development CLI tool. The Jet CLI is used to locally debug and test builds for Codeship Pro, as […]

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Shipping Node.js Applications with Docker and Codeship

Integrations

Reading Time: 4 minutesThis article by Gergely Nemeth was originally published on the RisingStack Engineering blog and we are happy to republish it here for Codeship readers. Gergely is an engineer at RisingStack where he helps companies changing from monolithic applications to Node.js-based microservices. Setting up continuous deployment of Node.js applications now is easier than ever, especially now […]

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Continuous Delivery with anynines and Codeship

Codeship News

Reading Time: 2 minutesI am happy to welcome a new member to our Codeship Integrations family: anynines! Anynines is a PaaS built on top of CloudFoundry and OpenStack. They take care of your hardware, your network configuration and OS updates, among others. Learn more in our anynines deployment article in our documenation. Set up Continuous Delivery with anynines […]

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