Tag Archives: containers

How Hard is Kubernetes?

We’ve run Kubernetes inside Redgate for some research projects (like Spawn) and we are building some skills running this orchestrator. At the same time, we’ve had no shortage of challenges in keeping the clusters up at times, patching, fixing issues, … Continue reading

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Setting the Container Name–#SQLNewBlogger

I had started a Stairway series on containers (which I need to get back to), and I got a question. How do we set the name of a container? If I just start a new container with a generic, minimal … Continue reading

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Quick Database Copies and Branching with Spawn

I delivered a talk last week at the Future Data Driven summit. It’s one I’ve done a few times, but I really enjoy it. It’s on the Future of Database Development, where I present a view of where I think, … Continue reading

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The Ease of Containers

I first heard about containers in 2012. I went to a conference on software delivery and talked with a gentleman that was using them in his Java application, mostly because the Java app had version issues and would leak memory. … Continue reading

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