The Almighty Pause Container
When checking out the nodes of your Kubernetes cluster, you may have noticed some containers called “pause” running when you do a docker ps on the node.
$ docker ps
CONTAINER ID IMAGE COMMAND ...
What are Kubernetes Pods Anyway?
Recently I saw a tweet from the awesome Amy Codes (I really hope that’s her real name) about Kubernetes Pods:
You know why containers in a pod are always scheduled together? It's cuz they're nested containers.Mind. Blown.— Amy Codes...
Creating Smaller Docker Images Part #4: Static Binaries
This is the fourth post in a series on making smaller Docker images: static binaries. In the
first post I talked about how to create
smaller images by writing better Dockerfiles. In the second
post I talked about how to squash
layers using docker-...
Creating Smaller Docker Images Part #3: Alpine Linux
This is the third post in a series on making smaller Docker images. In the first post I talked about how to create smaller images by writing better Dockerfiles. In the second post I talked about how to squash layers using docker-squash to make s...
Creating Smaller Docker Images: Part #2
This is the second post in a series on making smaller Docker images. In my previous blog post I talked about how to create smaller Docker images but there were limits to
how small we could make the images. I outlined a way in which you can make th...
Creating Smaller Docker Images
Recently I’ve been working with containers a lot and the most popular technology out there is, of course, Docker. On top of allowing you to easily run containers using the docker run command, Docker provides a method to build container images an...
Deploying Go Servers with Kubernetes on Container Engine
UPDATE (2015/07/13): Now using the v1 API.
Cross posted on medium
I was trying to get a Go app running on Container Engine and couldn’t quite
find what I was looking for. There are guides out there about how to use Go and
Docker, and how...