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HashiCorp, DevOps, and the Application Delivery process

Today we are excited to formally release DevOps Defined, a guide for adopting DevOps to accelerate application delivery....more

Nomad 0.5

We are pleased to announce the release of Nomad 0.5. Nomad is a distributed, scalable, and highly available cluster manager and scheduler designed for both microservice and batch workloads....more

Consul 0.7.1

We are excited to release Consul 0.7.1. Consul is a critical infrastructure service for organizations that rely on it for service discovery, key/value storage, and health checks....more

InfraKit Under The Hood: High Availability

Back in October, Docker released Infrakit, an open source toolkit for creating and managing declarative, self-healing infrastructure....more

How to monitor Red Hat OpenShift with CoScale

Redhat OpenShift is one of the many new technologies currently being built for container management and orchestration. It builds upon Kubernetes and Docker to give developers and system administrator a user friendly way to build, deploy and manage container environments....more

Reference Architecture: Service Discovery and Load-Balancing with Docker Universal Control Plane (UCP)

When developing applications, developers focus on functionality, speed, robustness, and quality of the application itself more than the ongoing operations. ...more

Video Updates

What's New in Docker Datacenter with Engine 1.12

In this presentation we discuss the latest version of Docker Datacenter and the improvement around orchestration, application deployment, security (image sign, mutual TLS encryption) and the UI.

Overview - Jenkins Enterprise by CloudBees CloudBeesTV

This video provides an overview of Jenkins Enterprise by CloudBees. Jenkins Enterprise by CloudBees is the same open source Jenkins you already know and love - but with the addition of professional support and additional enterprise-level plugins.

Scaling Puppet on AWS ECS with Terraform and Docker

Maxine Visonneau of Trainline presents "Scaling Puppet on AWS ECS with Terraform and Docker" at PuppetConf 2016.

Latest blogs

Salesforce.com: IT automation at scale, DevOps and Puppet

Salesforce.com is one of the world's largest SaaS companies, with $6.7 billion in annual revenue....more

Meet RubyMine, the new Puppet IDE on the block

Puppet modules are designed to be self-contained bundles of code, wrapping up into a single package all the classes, files, and templates having to do with any one component....more

Understanding Docker Networking Drivers And Their Use Cases

Applications requirements and networking environments are diverse and sometimes opposing forces. In between applications and the network sits Docker networking, affectionately called the Container Network Model or CNM. It’s CNM that brokers connectivity for your Docker containers and also what abstracts away the diversity and complexity so common in networking...more

Spotlight: Consul KV CLI

The recent release of Consul 0.7.1 included a number of exciting new features. One powerful new capability is the addition of a full-featured CLI for interacting with Consul's key-value store. This blog post explores the new Consul KV CLI with some great examples and techniques....more

High availability with the new Puppet Enterprise 2016.5

As more organizations recognize just how important a competitive differentiator technology can be, they are transforming themselves into software companies....more

Terraform 0.8

We've released Terraform 0.8. Terraform is a tool for safely and efficiently building, combining, and launching any infrastructure....more

Pragmatic continuous delivery with Jenkins and Puppet Enterprise

Last month at PuppetConf, we announced the new Puppet Enterprise plugin for Jenkins Pipeline. Let's take a look at how the plugin makes it trivial to use Puppet to perform some or all of the deployment tasks in continuous delivery pipelines....more

Ensuring Corporate Standards in Pipelines with Custom Marker Files

Pipeline-as-Code revolutionized how continuous delivery pipelines are defined in Jenkins by checking in the Pipeline as a ‘Jenkinsfile’ in your repository instead of storing the definition locally in Jenkins....more