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Minimum viable Kubernetes

By Michael Iatrou on 5 December 2018

The appeal of Kubernetes is universal. Application development, operations and infrastructure teams recognise diverse reasons for its immediate utility and growing potential — a testament of Kubernetes’ empathetic design. Web apps,…

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Running Android in the Cloud with Amazon EC2 A1 instances

By Simon Fels on 29 November 2018

Amazon Web Services (AWS) announced the availability of their new Amazon EC2 A1 instances powered by custom AWS Graviton processors based on the Arm architecture, which brings Arm to the public cloud as a first class citizen. Arm based…

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LXD weekly status #41

By Stéphane Graber on 3 April 2018

Introduction The highlight for this week is the release of LXD, LXC and LXCFS 3.0! Those 3 releases are LTS releases and will be supported for the next 5 years. The relevant release announcements can be found here: LXD 3.0 LXC 3.0 LXCFS…

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LXD weekly status #40

By Stéphane Graber on 27 March 2018

Introduction This week we released another LXD beta and two LXC betas. We also made good progress replacing the command line parser in LXD, finishing the port of the lxd command line tool with only lxc left to port at this point. Remote…

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LXD weekly status #39

By Stéphane Graber on 20 March 2018

Introduction The focus for this week was on CEPH and LXD clustering, trying to get the last few remaining pieces to work together properly. We’ve tagged a couple more betas as we went through that. We’ve also spent a good chunk of time…

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LXD weekly status #38

By Stéphane Graber on 13 March 2018

Introduction This past week the LXD team was meeting in Budapest, Hungary. We spent most of our times working on a number of issues targeted at the final 3.0 releases. @freeekanayaka worked with @stgraber to track down an fix a testing…

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MAAS for the home

By Canonical on 6 March 2018

This article originally appeared on Chris Sanders’ blog MAAS is designed to run in a data center where it expects to have control of DNS and DHCP. The use of an external DHCP server is listed as ‘may work but not supported’ in the…