Docker for WordPress

A Docker Container Solution for WordPress on Azure Web App for Containers

February 07, 2018

SNP publishes an open-source solution on GitHub for hosting WordPress websites on Azure Web App for Containers.
Kubernetes Azure

Kubernetes Glossary and Terminology

January 25, 2018

Controller: The management node of a cloud environment. Typically, you have one controller per cloud region or more in high-availability (HA) environments. The controller manages all subsequent models in each environment.

Why You Should be Using Containers

Why You Should be Using Containers

January 02, 2018

A Linux container is a set of processes that are isolated from the rest of the system, running from a distinct image that provides all files necessary to support the processes.

 Azure Container Instances

Microsoft Introduces Fast & Easy Azure Container Instances

December 11, 2017

Microsoft recently announced a new Azure service—Azure Container Instances (ACIs)—to make it easier and faster for developers to deploy containers for their applications.

Kubernetes, Kubernetes Hackfest

Everything You Need to Know about Kubernetes

November 21, 2017

Kubernetes is an open-source orchestration platform for automating deployment, scaling, and management of Linux container operations.

DevOps Automation, SNP DevOps Solutions, Open Source on Azure

The DevOps Glossary: Open-Source Tools for Automation & Configuration Management

June 16, 2017

DevOps represents a change in IT culture, focusing on rapid IT service delivery through the adoption of agile, lean practices in the context of a system-oriented approach. It emphasizes people and culture while seeking to improve collaboration between operations and development teams. 

WORDPRESS, JOOMLA, DRUPAL, OPEN SOURCE SOLUTIONS

Top 7 Reasons Why your Business Needs Open-Source

January 16, 2017

Contention between Open-Source groups freely releasing code and commercial vendors capitalizing on proprietary products started the minute software became a profit-generating industry. Unlike proprietary software, which oftentimes is difficult to customize and integrate with other software applications, open source software is made available publicly for free so that others can view, copy, learn, and share the code.