Using containers is a such hot topic right now, so in this tutorial you're going to learn how containers can be used for gaming. Juhani Atula presents "Running an 80's style arcade shooter with Kontena and UpCloud in production".
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The Kontena Loadbalancer gives users an extremely easy and flexible way to add loadbalancing into their application architecture. In this tutorial we cover different use cases and ways to utilize the Kontena Loadbalancer.
Kontena Stacks are pre-packaged and reusable collections of Kontena services. In this tutorial, we show you how to get the most out of Kontena Stacks by using variables and Liquid template language in order to create generic and reusable stack files.
Kontena 1.2.0 introduced support for managing data in Docker data volumes with various volume drivers. This tutorial gives an introduction to Kontena Volumes and demonstrates how you can start using them.
Kontena Cloud is the hosted GUI for the Kontena Platform that you can run on any cloud or on-premise. Fundamentally it provides the OAuth2 authentication for Kontena Masters but in future it will provide a lot more. This tutorial gives a short introduction to the current status of Kontena Cloud and highlight some upcoming features.
Running apps and services across several cloud providers and/or data centers can bring many benefits for organisations. Making your app stack compliant with multiple cloud providers can be problematic due to differences between cloud providers such as networking configurations. And to make things even more difficult, you need to have a way to secure the intra-services’ communications between cloud providers. In practice this means cumbersome network configurations with VPNs and other networking security solutions. Luckily, containers and modern (container) overlay networks can solve this complexity for you.
Kontena Stacks are an end-to-end solution for developers to manage their applications that are composed of multiple containers. Stacks may be used to describe, install and upgrade even the most complex solutions. In this tutorial we go through how to define Kontena Stack files, how to share them via the Kontena Stack registry and how install them to your Kontena Platform.
Kontena 1.0 introduced some great new features such as Kontena Stacks, an end-to-end solution for developers to manage their applications that are composed of multiple containers. Kontena 1.0 also introduced automatic integration to Kontena Cloud. In this tutorial we go through how these new features work and what it means for you as the user of the platform.
This tutorial gives a sneak peek of Kontena 1.0 which was released in early December 2016. It shows highlights of some of the most important features that we introduced to the Kontena Platform with the 1.0 release.
Security is oftentimes considered a stumbling block especially for larger Docker container deployments. This tutorial covers container security and especially securing and managing secrets such as passwords, API keys and SSL certificates. We also demo how Kontena’s secrets and certificate management solutions work.
Kontena is the most developer friendly container and microservices platform that works on any cloud, on-premise or hybrid, and is extremely easy to use. It is designed for devs and ops who don't want to create platform of their own or hassle with overly complicated platforms. It comes with all batteries included: orchestration & scheduling, networking, image registry, secrets management, load balancing, automatic updates and lot more.
Containerization has brought about great opportunities to shorten the deployment process for enterprise applications. This presentation introduces Kontena – the developer friendly container management platform – and discusses as well as demos containerized applications and microservices deployment pipeline integration using Kontena, Docker and Drone.io.