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Here are some things we've been working on. If you have any questions about any of them, feel free to comment, or get in touch with us to find out more about how we can implement these technologies on your platform.

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Running Apache Mesos inside Docker on CoreOS

Jake Sanders | 16 February 2015

If you've heard of docker containers, you've probably also heard of CoreOS. If not, CoreOS is a lightweight, minimal Linux distribution designed for running containers in a clustered environment. This sounds ideal for running Apache Mesos, except for one caveat. CoreOS doesn't have packages, so in order to run Mesos, we're going to have to create containerised versions of all Mesos' services...

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Applications at scale: Running Docker containers on Apache Mesos

Jake Sanders | 26 January 2015

In the past, pushing your application from development into a production environment was a nightmare. Deployments would fail as developers would forget an obscure dependency that crept in to the project months ago, and provisioning a new machine with the correct environment could take hours! The world of technology moves too fast for this to be acceptable, so in recent years, the "DevOps philosophy" has emerged, a process where both development and operations engineers take part in the whole product life cycle...

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Running Apache Mesos inside Docker on CoreOS

Jake Sanders | 16 February 2015

If you've heard of docker containers, you've probably also heard of CoreOS. If not, CoreOS is a lightweight, minimal Linux distribution designed for running containers in a clustered environment. This sounds ideal for running Apache Mesos, except for one caveat. CoreOS doesn't have packages, so in order to run Mesos, we're going to have to create containerised versions of all Mesos' services...

Read more

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Applications at scale: Running Docker containers on Apache Mesos

Jake Sanders | 26 January 2015

In the past, pushing your application from development into a production environment was a nightmare. Deployments would fail as developers would forget an obscure dependency that crept in to the project months ago, and provisioning a new machine with the correct environment could take hours! The world of technology moves too fast for this to be acceptable, so in recent years, the "DevOps philosophy" has emerged, a process where both development and operations engineers take part in the whole product life cycle...

Read more