September 14, 2015
We don't need consensus! (All agreed?)
I had a great time last week, giving two talks at Software Circus in Amsterdam and Container Camp in London. Both talks went over the basic reasoning behind our use of CRDTs and consensus-free state management, as related...
July 16, 2015
New Screencast: "Hello, Weave!"
It’s been a while since I recorded the original “Hello, Weave!” screencast, which had nearly 9k views in the 8 month. A lot of great new features has landed in the v1.0 release last month. Today, I very glad to announce...
February 02, 2015
Clocker Makes Container Clouds, Weave Makes the Connections
… Weave is used as an overlay network to connect multiple hosts running Docker. It allows developers to run more complex apps without having to worry about such issues as port forwarding. Alex Williams, The New Stack Our friends at...
January 29, 2015
Demo: Running Crate.io on a Composed Flocker + Weave + Powerstrip Docker Stack
In the past week, Luke Marsden from ClusterHQ and I joined the Crate.io team in their awesome SnowSprint right up in the Austrian Alps. We all had a wonderful time and hacked away, with some very exciting results. Here is a...
December 03, 2014
Using Weave Network for Big Data: ElasticSearch & Apache Spark
As part of our continuing effort demonstrating how weave overlay networking makes deploying complex distribute software stacks simpler, I decided to pick a couple of very hot open-source projects and show something people commonly do:...
November 25, 2014
What We Do! (Via some slides from operatingsystems.io)
Today I spoke at operatingsystems.io – an extremely interesting event as it turned out. Lots of great speakers, on top form, including no less than three on userland networking. I spoke about the bigger picture, with reference...
November 17, 2014
Screencast: Hello, Weave!
If you haven’t tried Weave yet, make sure to checkout our latest screencast which shows how easy it is to use! Do make sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel, so you won’t miss more videos from us.