The Deis project is happy to bring you the v0.13.0 release. Deis now ships with Ceph providing a highly-available platform control plane. Additionally, new microservices for service registration and log shipping increase the efficiency and reliability of Deis at scale.Read More
Under the hood, Deis now uses the Fleet HTTP API directly, which greatly increases the speed and reliability of container scheduling operations.Read More
Please note that this blog post is targeted towards Deis v0.11.0. Please read the installation docs on setting up a cluster for the version you wish to run.
I recently deployed https://deis.fishworks.io on EC2, so I thought a blog post on how I configured the cluster may be useful to some users. The process here is mostly to do with EC2, but it can apply to any public/private cloud provider. Alternatively, you can roll your own CoreOS cluster with VMWare, QEMU, or though some other supported platform in their documentation.Read More
The Deis project is happy to bring you the v0.11.0 release. Deis can now limit your app containers' resources by memory or CPU share, and can tag apps with metadata for scheduling. New documentation and scripts help with setting up Deis on GCE or OpenStack.Read More