Posts Tagged ‘Docker’

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Exploring the Sling Feature Model: Part 3 – Custom Aggregates

In the first post of the Exploring the Sling Feature Model series, I discussed the process of converting the Sling CMS app from the Sling Provisioning Model to the Sling Feature Model. So how does this apply to your custom applications? To illustrate, let’s convert my personal site, danklco.com, which is currently managed via Sling […]

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Sitecore 10 – The Dawning of a New Containerized Day

Sitecore 10.0 made its way into the world a few weeks back. While it wasn’t a dramatic user-facing major release, it was a massive release for Sitecore becoming more cloud-native and looking ahead to the future of the Sitecore development experience. Cloud-Native? You may be asking, what does “cloud-native” mean? Well, for that, we can turn […]

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Docker for Windows with building Docker images

What is Docker? Docker is a set of platform as a service products that use OS-level virtualization to deliver software in packages called containers. Docker containers are light weighted when compared to virtual machines. The keywords of Docker are develop, ship and run anywhere. The whole idea of Docker is for developers to easily develop applications, ship them into containers […]

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CodeExchange – twilio-dev-container

Twilio has introduced a new program for developers and partners to share code called CodeExchange.  This provides a curated list of Twilio-focused content and we are taking our first steps to contribute back to the wider community with examples and tooling.  This post will focus on onboarding and how to get a quick start environment […]

[Survey] The State of App Modernization – How Do You Compare?

Application modernization is a critical challenge for any organization looking to compete. Speed to market, agility, innovation — these are the make-or-break qualities that determine if you will lead your industry or fall behind competition. These are the benefits that can be realized by modernizing your applications. We’d love to get your input on how […]

Running Docker in Windows For a Lightweight Solution

“Operating system” (or OS) is a phrase that everyone in IT knows. The first thing that clicks in most of our minds when we think of an OS is Windows, but many OSes available in the market give you a similar experience to Windows. Most developers, coders, or system administrators use services like Hypervisors or […]

How to Choose a Container Management Platform

The following is the fourth blog in a series about software containers and Kubernetes, and their importance in modern application delivery. In our last blog in this series, we examined the importance of utiziling a container management platform. In this blog, we’ll go further in depth on the multiple options you have when adopting a […]

Adopt Cloud Code to Simplify Cloud-Native Application Development

As companies move to Cloud, one of their goals is to equip developers and operations teams to simplify the development, deployment and management of Cloud native applications on Kubernetes platform. Considering these requirements, Google developed and introduced Cloud Code at the Google Next conference this year. What is Cloud Code A plugin/extension for Visual Studio […]

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Running a Local SonarQube Server with AEM Rules

SonarQube is undoubtedly one of the top tools for code quality. By default, it has a whole lot of rules that catch common bugs and code smells. It even reports code coverage! In this post, we’ll look at quickly setting up a local instance that devs can use to improve their code quality and we’ll […]

Leverage Containers for Digital Transformation

Software containers are taking over. Is your organization ready for the transformation? Organizations are gravitating towards software containers as a way to package, distribute, and run their applications. The benefits of container technology such as Docker and Kubernetes include: SPEED – Containers are lightweight relative to virtual machines. New application instances can be launched more […]

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Big Data Bootcamp by the Beach: Getting Started Smart

In the first post in this series, I talked about giving a Big Data Bootcamp in the Dominican Republic to a large group of very smart students. In this post, I’ll go over the basic tools and techniques that I think are most relevant in the job market. These are basic tools that most are […]

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Big Data Bootcamp by the Beach: An introduction

This is a little story about nothing ventured; nothing gained. One day, I got a LinkedIn message asking if I would like to teach a Big Data Bootcamp at an event for the Universidad Abierta Para Adultos in Santiago de Caballeros, República Dominicana. Luis didn’t know me; he just saw my profile and saw that I’ve been […]

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