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Using Docker Machine to Provision on Microsoft Azure

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Microsoft has done a pretty amazing job with Azure over the years. It has been really cool seeing Microsoft embrace Docker and open source in general like they recently have. This post is a continuation of the series on docker machine provisioning to dev hypervisors, DC infra and cloud providers. If you are new to Azure or don’t have an …

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Docker Command One Liners

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I love the code snippets, it’s how I learn any syntax by rolling up the sleeves, hacking and breaking while taking notes along the way. It’s probably not the most efficient but the muscle memory is how I learn. Here is a list of one liners from my notes in no particular order (even though I tried to in a …

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Golang for Network Ops

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I get asked quite often where the traditional network engineer / network ops should start if they want to broaden their horizons with better code hacking skills or they have spent the last 20 years using Perl scripts or more recently Python and need a change. The answer is easy, Golang. At Socketplane, we all ditched the past couple of …

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The Network Iceberg

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The impact of compute virtualization on the data center network has been profound. There areĀ more virtual ports then physical ports. That simple measurement overshadows any other disruption in networking. We arrived at this transformation as a result of significant adoption of OS virtualization. The next revision of compute virtualization is the application. The last significant bastion of efficiency is to …

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