Schlagwort Container

8 Hints with Azure “Compute Choice Decision Guide”

If workloads are to be set up in the Azure, there are various options. To make the choice easier, Microsoft provides the Compute Decision Guide (see picture above). It differentiates between Lift&Shift and Cloud Native and gives recommendations for individual… Weiterlesen →

Deploy DebugContainer to Kubernetes

For a test of the DebugContainer on a Kubernetes cluster, I have created a corresponding deployment file. It sets up the same environment as described in Debug Container for simple Tests/Analyzing and is located here: k8s_deployment.yaml. The green service is… Weiterlesen →

Docker (Windows with Hyper-V) can not bind ports

Sometimes I get the error message:docker.exe: Error response from daemon: driver failed programming external connectivity on endpoint infallible_kapitsa (c7baca25c4e65da8aa6e592e7fb9ed81c0f55a3f7891e93c62a79819007f4e61): Error starting userland proxy: listen tcp 0.0.0.0:1234: bind: Der Zugriff auf einen Socket war aufgrund der Zugriffsrechte des Sockets unzulässig. The… Weiterlesen →

Debug Container for simple Tests/Analyzing

The Microsoft employee Daniel Meixner (Blog, Twitter) had created a debug container. It is based on NodeJS and provides some calls. For example, the call / provides information about the container itself and displays the provided parameters. The function /api/cascade… Weiterlesen →

Mount CIFS in Docker Container

An easy way to exchange data is Azure Files. The corresponding FileShare can simply be integrated as a network drive in Windows or as a CIFS mount in Linux. However, if a file share is also to be integrated in… Weiterlesen →

Setup Kubernetes Ingress with SSL-Passthrough

In the first post we created two subdomain certificates and in the second post we created two docker images. Each image offer a simple self-hosted service which includes the Kestrel Server and additionally configured for SSL.Now we want to set… Weiterlesen →

Create Docker Images with SSL Kestrel API Service

In the previous post we created a certificate for a subdomain and now we want to use it in our .NET Core project and create it as a container image. Later it will be used for an Ingress with SSL-Pass-Through…. Weiterlesen →

Azure Meetup with Docker & Kubernetes

At the end of September, we meet us for our second Azure meetup in Rostock. Out topics were: an introduction to Docker: We take a look at the concepts of Docker and how to build a simple Dockerfile. We used… Weiterlesen →

Error during AKS create (ServicePrincipleNotFound)

Sometimes I get some strange errors at creating a managed Kubernetes Cluster in Azure (AKS). There errors are in most cases ServicePrincipleNotFound: The problem was the node size! You can select the node size in the portal during the creation… Weiterlesen →

Compare Container Citizen – Linux and Windows Container in Comparison

Cloud native software development without the container platform Docker? – unthinkable! In addition to the established Linux containers, the Windows containers also try to find their way. We dare to compare and check whether Windows containers are already among the “first-class citizens”.

Compare Container Citizen – Linux und Windows Container im Vergleich

Cloud native Softwareentwicklung ohne die Containerplattform Docker? – Undenkbar! Neben den etablierten Linux Containern versuchen auch die Windows-Container ihren Weg zu finden. Wir wagen den Vergleich und prüfen, ob Windows Container schon zu den “First-Class-Citizens“ zählen.

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