Although the title says that you can run 1 million Docker instances, technically you can now run an unlimited number of UltraESB-x Docker instances without spending a single dollar. One million was included with the sole purpose of making the title more attractive since it’s a cliché these days. AdroitLogic released an UltraESB-X Docker image … Continue reading How to run One Million UltraESB-X Docker instances… For Free!
Let’s face it. Every once in awhile you come across a great product. But the struggle that you have to go through to set it up, is a major turn-off. Installing and setting up UltraESB-X might seem to be a daunting task at first. We at AdroitLogic have also been aware of the problem and … Continue reading Conquering UltraESB-X with Docker
OK, now I have a running IPS demo. What can I possibly do with it? In simple terms, if you can do something with an ESB, you could do the same — and more, in most cases — using IPS. When it comes to UltraESB-X, we have a few main “lifecycle aspects”: designdevelopment and testingdeploymentmaintenance While UltraStudio primarily focuses … Continue reading AdroitLogic IPS, Part 3: Your First Deployment (a.k.a. “Oh boy, it’s working!”)
Okay, all the fancy words aside, what would it take for me to actually try this thing out? A fully-fledged Kubernetes or OpenShift cluster?An AWS account with a valid credit card?A briefcase of cash to pay for support? Fortunately, none of the above. With the DIY IPS Installer you can start up a simple demo … Continue reading AdroitLogic IPS, Part 2: Installation (Getting the Beast Up and Running)
Knowing the yet-again-proven performance margin of UltraESB-X, you may perhaps be wondering what it takes for a brood of them to run in unison, load-balancing and gracefully handling your business demands (web traffic, for instance). Well, never fear, because IPS is here! Okay, I won’t lie: IPS has been around for quite some time (in … Continue reading AdroitLogic IPS, Part 1: What it is (and Why You Should Care)
In building the required libraries for a docker container, using a maven project, the libraries have to be copied to a separate location and we have to manually run a docker build. This process is cumbersome since you have to repeat the same process over even if there is a slight modification. fabric8 docker-maven-plugin is … Continue reading Using fabric8 docker-maven-plugin to automate docker builds
It was quite a daunting task at the beginning to start with Kubernetes 1.7 alpha release because I knew that I was bound to face with difficulties. I built Kubernetes from source on my Ubuntu 16.04 machine. I downloaded the source from kubernetes (https://github.com/kubernetes/kubernetes/tree/v1.7.0-alpha.3) and CentOS 7.1 (minimal version). I set up three virtual machines … Continue reading Setting up Kubernetes 1.7 on a CentOS 7.1 cluster