Tag: docker

Migrate Docker Registry to GCloud Container Registry

Recently we chose to migrate our container registry to GCloud for the following reasons: We didn’t want to host it ourselves anymore. We wanted to distribute our docker images world wide for consumption in our Multi-Region scenario. We run Google Apps/Email and we could just hook into that for permissions to the registry. Its as…


Registry Migration (ECR)

Today I’m going to provide a Registry migration script using Python that will allow you to migrate from a private docker registry to ECR. Keep in mind, its a script people. It got the job done. Its not fancy. Its not meant to cover all the possible ways in which you could do this. It doesn’t…


KubeCon 2016 Europe (Slides)

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How we do builds in Kubernetes

First off. All credit for this goes to my friend Simas. I’m simply relaying what he has accomplished because it would be a shame if others didn’t benefit from his expertise. He is truly talented in this space and provides simple yet elegant designs that just work. Coming into my current position we have 400+ development…


Load Balancing in Kubernetes

There are two different types of load balancing in Kubernetes. I’m going to label them internal and external. Internal – aka “service” is load balancing across containers of the same type using a label. These services generally expose an internal cluster ip and port(s) that can be referenced internally as an environment variable to each…


envconsul and Docker ….. soo long config files

As Docker continues to grow in popularity there are quite a few things that become readily apparent. Fortunately I’m only going to address one of them. Enter envconsul to retrieve application config data at run time. This post assumes you already have a running Consul server with some data you wish to retrieve. envconsul was written…