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What is the JFrog Container Registry? And Why Will You Want One?


These days, where many developers are working with containers and all their ‘outcomes’ are bundled in a Docker container, it is becoming challenging to manage and control them.

Moreover, as more containers and Kubernetes enter the party, the job gets that much harder. Now, you have a tool that can help you jump to the next level. The JFrog Container Registry is a new Docker, Helm, and generic registry that is scalable and reliable. 

What’s even better? 
It’s free… and gives you some unique features you can’t find anywhere else.

Give it a try at: jfrog.com/container-registry and/or continue to read below.

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Your First Kubernetes Cluster On Mac

If you wish to learn about Kubernetes, the first thing is to try it for yourself. Since many developers are using Mac, let’s see how to run it. This post is sort of a ‘checklist’ I wrote when I was first ‘playing’ with K8b… If you want more details please check the official site.

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Run Everything In Docker Containers (On Your Mac)

If you wish to see the power of docker on your Mac as a way to run all (or many) of your daily apps check this great post by Jess.

However, when you are going to the repo with all the Dockerfiles it’s clear that it was meant to be used on Linux. However, here is a short path to run all of these powerful apps on Mac as well.

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MacOS Docker Installation problems?

If after a docker installation on your mac you are getting something like:

Get http:///var/run/docker.sock/v1.20/version: dial unix /var/run/docker.sock: no such file or directory.
* Are you trying to connect to a TLS-enabled daemon without TLS?
* Is your docker daemon up and running?

You came to the right place.

If you follow the steps from official tutorial on how to install docker on Mac, you will come to a point where you can’t run docker. It took me a good chunk of time to find the solution so I’ve decided to write this short post on it. I hope it will be fixed soon as for this issue – but for now you will need to follow these 3 steps: Continue reading

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Google Cloud Platform Update

Cloudy days and waterfall

A talk I gave at Campus TLV back at 2014 (but got the video just recently). The lecture starts with Hebrew for the first minute, but the talk itself is in English. You can skip to 1:07 to start view the talk. There is a new Container Engine (alpha mode), powered by the open source technology Kubernetes. It enables you to run and manage Docker containers on Google Cloud Platform’s virtual machines. Try it out with this sign up for customer programs.

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Google Cloud: Managed VMs And Docker

Google cloud platform“Google’s ability to build, organize, and operate a huge network of servers and fiber-optic cables with an efficiency and speed that rocks physics on its heels. This is what makes Google Google: its physical network, its thousands of fiber miles, and those many thousands of servers that, in aggregate, add up to the mother of all clouds.” – Wired
This quote about Google cloud platform is on the spot. In the slides below,  I tried to give an overview on the new features that are now part of Google cloud. If you attended #CodeMotion TLV yesterday – You will find these slides familiar. If it’s not the first time you hear the phrase ‘Google cloud’, jump to slide 14. Continue reading

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