Running your own docker registry can be handy and secure if you just need to keep your docker containers somewhere safe and not out for the public to utilize. In this post, I will walk you through setting up a docker registry on an Ubuntu Server system.
In this post I will show you how to run Puppet in Docker as a Service. This will automatically provision a Puppet environment for you.
In this post, I will show you Mesos Docker container configuration. This allows you to schedule your own Docker containers on Mesos.
In this post I will describe a way to deploy Puppet in Docker to a Kubernetes cluster and change the way you manage your Puppet environment.
In past articles I talked about CoreOS as my choice for operating system for deploying Docker Containers. If you are in a production environment that uses RHEL then Redhat Enterprise Linux Atomic Host might be a good option.
In this post, I will walk you through configuring a Puppet Test Environment using Docker. This will simplify locally testing your Puppet modules.