Posts Tagged: Docker

7 Lessons Learned Building an API Startup

7 Lessons Learned Building an API Startup

The word startup is one of those trendy silicon valley terms that’s been thrown around the last few years. With it come images of warehouses lit by Apple computer screens, being grinded down by young hipster like adults as they try to sell, sell, sell. Read more

12+ Frameworks to Build ChatOps Bots

Since GitHub integrated ChatOps into their operational strata, the concept has garnered a good deal of excitement. Essentially, ChatOps moves system operations into a group chat room, enabling developers to collaborate, initiate tests, deploy software, and build a company culture all from a single unified command line. Read more

eBook Released: API-Driven DevOps – Strategies for Continuous Deployment

We’re excited to announce that we’ve released a new eBook! We’ve compiled our last 10+ articles on the subject of DevOps into a handy compendium. Grab a copy of API-Driven DevOps for free HERE, or name your price on LeanPub. Read more

Review of Red Hat’s Apiman Open Source API Management

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It’s no surprise that the growth of the API economy has been accompanied by a proliferation of API management solutions as software vendors endeavor to tap into the needs of a wave of new API providers hitting the market. Read more

Tools Built on Top of The Docker API

Docker is a popular new technology that lets development teams bundle applications in virtual containers to easily build and deploy them. We’ve previously seen how Docker reduces the complexity of DevOps workflows and encourages the practice of immutable infrastructure, where the entire application, along with its underlying operating system, is recreated and redeployed as a lightweight container for each change to an application, rather than relying on incremental updates. Read more