Issue 79: The latest Web operations, scaling, and performance news

Datetime:2016-08-23 04:25:10         Topic: Kubernetes          Share        Original >>
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Atlantis: Open Source PaaS Built on Docker

A PaaS for HTTP apps built on Docker and written in Go that makes it easy to build and deploy apps in a safe, repeatable fashion, and flexibly route requests to the appropriate containers.


The Journey to HTTP/2

A look back at the history of HTTP, what it is, where things stand today, and how we got to this point.

Kamran Ahmed

Distributed Logging Architecture in the Container Era

“Containers and Microservices are great, but they cause big problems with logging. You should do what Docker does: Use Fluentd.”

Glenn Davis

Building an app with auto-generated APIs from legacy and modern DBs, in tandem

DreamFactory connects to any database and yields a robust API platform. In this custom scripting example, medical information from a MySQL database is integrated with a medication tracker built on MongoDB.

DreamFactory   sponsored 

How PayPal Scaled to Billions of Daily Transactions With Just 8 VMs

In short, PayPal moved to an actor-based model built on Akka.

High Scalability

Minikube: Run Kubernetes Locally in a VM

Runs a single-node Kubernetes cluster inside a local VM for users looking to try out Kubernetes or develop with it day-to-day.


Best Practices for Building a Microservice Architecture

A curated set of pragmatic practices for building a microservice architecture that fits well with modern web and cloud technologies.

Vinay Sahni


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