Scale Test: Clustering 2,000 Docker Containers with Weave and DCHQ

Today’s guest blog is from the DCHQ team, who use Weave Net to network Docker containers in their Deployment Automation and Lifecycle Management platform. This is the second of a two part blog series that discusses the...

Weave Scope 0.11 adds terminals for your Docker containers

  Weave Scope is a zero-config, drop-in solution for mapping and monitoring your Docker containers, and the easiest way to visualize your cloud-native application. Today, we’re releasing Weave Scope 0.11 with the added ability to get...

Weave Scope gets your Docker containers under control

Weave Scope is a zero-config, drop-in solution for mapping and monitoring your Docker containers, and the easiest way to visualize your cloud-native application. Weave Scope 0.10 is out today and introduces some exciting new features:...

Crate, Mesos, Marathon and Weave

The Mesosphere blog has a fantastic guest post by Christian Haudum of Crate on Deploying the Create Distributed Database using Mesos and Marathon, including a detailed section on how they enabled multicast discovery...

Get Your Kicks on Cloud66

This week we saw our first ‘at scale’ public production use case at Cloud66.  Based in Austin TX, and London, this is a brilliant young company that puts customers first and is showing the way for the next generation of automated...

Mesos, Marathon, Weave .. and Consul and Docker - Oh My

[Update: we didn’t realise at the time, but the technique used here has some downsides. We’ve described them here.] Here’s a terrific post from Stefan Schimanski showing how to use Weave to make Mesos and Marathon play well...

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...

Using Weave and Docker to Enable a Visi Spark cluster

Thank-you very much to Dave Pollak for offering this guest post, cross-posted and thus also available on his blog. You have probably come across Dave’s work before – he is among other things the founder of the Scale web framework...