Tag Archives: docker

Some Notes on Docker Up and Running (Day 1)

Earlier this week I participated in a 3 hour class offered through O’Reilly’s Live Online Training platform to push myself to get more familiar with Docker. The course was called “Docker: Up and Running” and was taught by Sean Kane, … Continue reading

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Reclaim Cloud Case Study: Containing TEI Publisher in the Cloud

It started out as an innocent enough ticket into Reclaim Hosting from Dr. Laura Morreale, whose work involves transcribing and translating texts from medieval manuscripts using online digital facsimiles, asked if we can run eXist-db on her cPanel account in … Continue reading

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Restarting a Discourse Container

We have a server that runs a kind of multisite Discourse environment that I discussed a number of years ago in this post. It is an Ubuntu server with Docker installed, and each of the Discourse instances on that server … Continue reading

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Look a(nother) Ghost

Since May of 2014 I have been playing on and off with the blogging platform Ghost. It has been an on again off again affair, and I have never left WordPress for it, but rather use it as a test … Continue reading

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And you get a server, and you get a server, and you….

I have been remiss in responding to Keegan’s post in early August exploring the idea of “A Server of One’s Own,” but I have not forgotten it. In fact, what he outlines in that post is something that dogs me regularly. … Continue reading

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Networked Learning 2016 Hot Seat: Clouds, Containers, and APIs, Oh My!

Starting this Sunday I will be part of a week long Hot Seat forum discussion put on by  Networked Learning 2016. I was approached with this opportunity after my presentation at Eden 2015, thanks to Maarten de Laat and Jeffrey Keefer for … Continue reading

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A Domain of the Practical

Adam Croom offered up a hypothesis in response to my post about the “Long Short History of Reclaim.” He argues that as much as Domains at the University of Oklahoma is deeply embedded in a philosophy of empowerment, ownership, and experimentation, it’s also … Continue reading

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Abstractions: Running WordPress Multi-Site using AWS, Docker, and BTSync

Heads up: this is not a technical run through, but more of a conceptual overview. Apologies if you came here looking for a how-to. Hopefully we will have just that in the next few months. But enough about the past, … Continue reading

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Docker Con Europe?

Seems the post I wrote a week or so ago about Duke University running their website through Docker got picked up on this week’s Docker newsletter, which is a lot less cultish than the OL Daily. It was then tweeted by … Continue reading

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Duke’s Website has Gone Docker

http://t.co/YUs8YEmRIe has gone #Docker! As of today @DukeU‘s main site now hosted entirely in #Docker containers! @DukeOIT @DukeWebServices — Chris Collins (@ChrisInDurham) May 12, 2015 I was excited to see Tony Hirst retweet the news that Duke University’s website is … Continue reading

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