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Docker offers to make it easy to deploy applications no matter what you infrastructure is. The problem is that you cannot just switch from one technology to another overnight just because it will help you solve certain issues. Moving to the new technology is an issue on its own, plus there is no technology that doesn’t come with its own issues. With Machinery we want to help you make the transition from VMs to containers as smooth as possible.
Last week I had the chance to attend the Ally Skills Workshop with Valerie Aurora and can’t recommend it enough. This was an enlightening experience on learning how to support women in their workplaces and communities and it should be given at every tech event or better yet be part of the training in tech companies.
In my last post I shared how to install Machinery. The process assumes that you are running openSUSE 13.2 but this of course might not be the case. You might be running a different Linux distro or even another OS. That’s were Docker comes very handy. In this post I will show you how to easily test drive Machinery on a container.
For the past three months I’ve been working on a really cool tool called Machinery and I’d like to share some of the neat things you can do with it.
Linode is one of my favorite VPS providers out there. One of the reasons why I like them is because they make it extremely easy to run openSUSE. This post is a quick tutorial on how to get you started.