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...

Multi-host Docker Deployment with Swarm and Compose Using Weave 0.11

This is an outdated guide, please find latest version on our website now! http://weave.works/guides/weave-and-docker-platform/index.html In this post I’d like to show how easily one can get up-and-running using Weave with all the latest...

Using Docker Machine and Swarm with Weave 0.10

This is an outdated guide, please find latest version on our main website now! http://weave.works/guides/weave-and-docker-platform/index.html In this post I’d like to show how quickly one can get up-and-running using Weave with Docker...

Running Containers on Remote Docker Hosts with Weave 0.10

In an earlier post we peeked under the covers of Weave 0.10 to discover how it interacts with remote Docker hosts. So, for example weave launch is translated into: <br> docker run --rm -v /var/run/docker.sock:/var/run/docker.sock -v...

Weave as a Docker Extension

(UPDATE: New, simpler build instructions) For some time there has been talk of extending Docker. Lately we have been seeing some projects born of this ongoing conversation; for example you may have seen Powerstrip, which lets you hook into...

Using Docker Machine with Weave 0.10

This is an outdated guide, please find latest version on our website now! http://weave.works/guides/weave-and-docker-platform/index.html In this post I’d like to show how quickly one can get up-and-running using Weave with Docker Machine....

Remote Weaving with Weave 0.10

One of the highlights of Weave 0.10 is the ability to run Weave on remote Docker hosts, in a pure container-only environment where the only access to the hosts is through the Docker Remote API. The weave script, as we know it Weave has...

weaveDNS, Now with Less Amnesia

When we first released it, weaveDNS was a bit forgetful — if you stopped and started it, it would lose its database of names. It would also (probably) be given a fresh IP address by the docker daemon, so containers which had been told its...

Why Do We Have a Script that Wraps the 'docker' Command?

We’ve heard this question quite a few times.  Sometimes it’s a reaction to a problem, like “I already have this other script that runs the Docker command, so it’s inconvenient to have to run your script instead”.  So I thought I...