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Docker for Azure is Now Available for Public Testing

After 6 months of its private Beta release, Docker for Azure is currently available for public testing. Docker for Azure is one of the best ways for ops in setting up and maintaining secure and scalable Docker deployments on Azure. With the latest Docker for Azure, IT ops teams can now be able to: Now they will be able to deploy a standard Docker platform by ensuring the team, where they can move the apps from laptops to different environments like docketed staging and production environments without any incompatibility or lock-in issues. Integrating with the basic infrastructure and make sure that Docker is benefited from host environment’s native capabilities and exposes well-known interfaces to run administrators. The platform can be deployed to all the places where you can run your Dockerized apps, easily and efficiently. The team should make sure that they have latest versions of Docker for their hardware, OSs, and infrastructure of your choice, and have great support for upgrading Docker version. In the month of June 2016, Docker for Azure private beta was released. The company was really happy to announce the beta version of it to the public. Previously they had got a positive response for private beta testers and incorporate it as much as possible. Some of the enhancements included in the private beta release are: Entire container logs are stored in an Azure storage account for future retrieval and research. That means there is no need to search hosts to find errors that you are worried, whether logos may go missing or get replaced. Built-in diagnose tool allows you to submit a swarm-wide diagnostic dump into the Docker so that it helps them to analyze and troubleshoot Dockers which are not working properly for Azure swarm. Enhanced upgrade stability is being added in this release where you can upgrade to latest version of Docker for Azure without any issues.
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Docker for Azure is Now Available for Public Testing

Susan May
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16th Dec, 2016
Docker for Azure is Now Available for Public Testing

After 6 months of its private Beta release, Docker for Azure is currently available for public testing. Docker for Azure is one of the best ways for ops in setting up and maintaining secure and scalable Docker deployments on Azure.

With the latest Docker for Azure, IT ops teams can now be able to:

  • Now they will be able to deploy a standard Docker platform by ensuring the team, where they can move the apps from laptops to different environments like docketed staging and production environments without any incompatibility or lock-in issues.

  • Integrating with the basic infrastructure and make sure that Docker is benefited from host environment’s native capabilities and exposes well-known interfaces to run administrators.

  • The platform can be deployed to all the places where you can run your Dockerized apps, easily and efficiently.

  • The team should make sure that they have latest versions of Docker for their hardware, OSs, and infrastructure of your choice, and have great support for upgrading Docker version.

In the month of June 2016, Docker for Azure private beta was released. The company was really happy to announce the beta version of it to the public. Previously they had got a positive response for private beta testers and incorporate it as much as possible.

Some of the enhancements included in the private beta release are:

  • Entire container logs are stored in an Azure storage account for future retrieval and research. That means there is no need to search hosts to find errors that you are worried, whether logos may go missing or get replaced.

  • Built-in diagnose tool allows you to submit a swarm-wide diagnostic dump into the Docker so that it helps them to analyze and troubleshoot Dockers which are not working properly for Azure swarm.

  • Enhanced upgrade stability is being added in this release where you can upgrade to latest version of Docker for Azure without any issues.

Susan

Susan May

Writer, Developer, Explorer

Susan is a gamer, internet scholar and an entrepreneur, specialising in Big Data, Hadoop, Web Development and many other technologies. She is the author of several articles published on Zeolearn and KnowledgeHut blogs. She has gained a lot of experience by working as a freelancer and is now working as a trainer. As a developer, she has spoken at various international tech conferences around the globe about Big Data.


Website : https://www.zeolearn.com

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