The Deis project is excited to announce v1.7.0, featuring automatic host removal, smaller Docker images, and fixes for platform hardening. The leading open source PaaS is now yours to steer: read the Deis Open Roadmap and participate in release planning!Read More
Please join us in welcoming Matt Butcher as a core maintainer of the Deis project!
Matt Butcher is a software engineer, author, and philosopher. He has worked on cloud services, large-scale websites, and a couple of Internet of Things platforms. He has written dozens of articles and is just finishing his eighth book, Manning Press's "Go in Practice" with Matt Farina. He holds a Ph.D. in philosophy. He really loves coffee. Really. Loves. Coffee.
Matt lives in Colorado, and will be hanging out in Engine Yard's Boulder office. He'll be working full time on Deis.
Follow Matt on Twitter: @technosophos
As Deis has grown over the last few months, many in the community have looked for ways to influence the roadmap. Until now, this has required submitting GitHub proposals, starting mailing list discussions or chatting with maintainers in IRC. While all of these methods are still valid, we now have a formal planning process that results in a public roadmap.
Starting now, Release Planning Meetings will be held on the first Thursday of every month, aligned with the Release Schedule. Meetings will take place via a public Google Hangout with access coordinated via the #deis channel on Freenode. We look forward to your participation!
Note: This is part one of a two part series. Read part two.
In the complex world of modern app deployment solutions, containers have been gaining traction as a popular distribution method. But what are they, and why are people so excited about them? This two part series will look into some of the benefits offered.
First, we’ll look at how isolation is generally used to solve a whole class of problems. Next we’ll look at how containers, specifically, makes isolation more manageable. An intermediate familiarity with UNIX-like systems is assumed throughout.Read More
The first CoreOS Fest was quite the event! A big thanks to the CoreOS team for putting on an impressive first conference.
The speaker lineup was amazing and I was honored to be a part of it. I really enjoyed sharing some of the lessions we've learned building platforms on top of CoreOS. In case you missed it here are the slides.
Looking forward to next year!