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Getting started with atomicapp

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atomicapp is a reference implementation of the Nulecule Specification. It can be used to bootstrap container applications and to install and run them. atomicapp is designed to be run in a container context. Examples using this tool may be found in the Nulecule library. If you want to know the internals of atomicapp, how it ...

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A month at OSAS, Redhat

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This had been lying in the draft for quite some time now, waiting to be published. Better late, than never. Well, I joined the container tools team in OSAS, Redhat on August 24, 2015. Nevertheless, I had already been contributing to the upstream projects around projectatomic prior to joining Redhat :). It was not a totally ...

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Nuleculize your Docker application

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It's easier to explain things with an example. So, I will take up centos/postgresql docker image and nuleculize it for Docker and Kubernetes as providers. This post assumes that you have setup an Atomic environment on CentOS7/Fedora. If you have not done so, you can follow the instructions here. First, we'll create scaffolding ...

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Setting up Atomic on CentOS 7

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This post will run you through how to setup an environment Atomic apps on CentOS 7, by hand. For quickstart, you can just run the Vagrantfile at here. Setup Install dependencies # yum install docker atomic kubernetes etcd Configure docker storage pool Assuming that you have a new volume: /dev/vdb attached to your machine, configure ...

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