Last week, I had the pleasure of hosting a webinar sharing everything from tips and tricks to challenges and watch outs from our experience deploying and running more than 4,000 Docker containers in production. I personally especially enjoyed the productive Q&A session.
In case you missed out last week, you can still watch the recorded version here. And because you all asked so many really good questions, I've compiled the answers to some of the most asked Docker questions right here.
The pace of technological change is now much faster than the speed of tech leaders’ decision making. In a recent study from RackSpace, nearly two-thirds of IT decision makers said they had invested in tech that was never even used because of the unprecedented pace. New industries are popping up every day and tools like Docker are reshaping how IT decision-makers approach running and managing applications.
Modulus is a premier Node.js hosting platform that provides a complete technology stack for application developers. Every Modulus project has access to a dashboard filled with valuable information.
A little while ago we released Demeteorizer, which is a tool that converts a Meteor app into something that more closely resembles a regular Node.js application. Since then Demeteorizer has been used to successfully deploy many Meteor application to the Modulus platform.
Have you checked out our friends over at Codeship? No? Seriously? What rock are you living under? Codeship is a hosted Continuous Deployment Platform that makes developers more productive and faster.
Today is a big day at Modulus, you may have seen the press release that went out today about the awesome new features we’ve introduced. Let's take a moment to look over the great things you now have at your fingertips. The addition of these features will enable you to customize your experience on the Modulus platform more than ever.
Strider CD is a great, open source continuous integration and deployment server. They also have a hosted solution, which is currently in beta (you can sign up for the beta on the website).
PhantomJS is a very cool piece of technology. It’s a headless browser that lets you programmatically interact with websites. It’s used a lot for screen capturing, automation, and performance testing. Since going live we’ve been asked a lot about PhantomJS support, and we thought it was finally time to talk about how to use PhantomJS in your Modulus projects.