containerd is an industry-standard container runtime with an emphasis on simplicity, robustness and portability . In this tutorial we are going to build and execute it on Power. Before we get started building it, we need to get a Power VM. Ask for a FREE account at http://openpower.ic.unicamp.br/minicloud/. Once you get it, you can start… Continue reading linux: building and executing containerd on Power
One of the great advantages of using containers  is that it brings flexibility to you deployments. You can have a container configured with everything you need and move it around to be executed where you want, which is a time saving approach (and reminds me of the Java’s WORA : write once, run anywhere).… Continue reading docker: creating multi-arch images
Willing to try the latest version of IBM Cloud Private? Try out this simple bash script that helps you on installing either EE or CE versions. Enjoy!
Wondering to install IBM Cloud Private Community Edition 3.1.0 as a single node? Take a look at this video and learn how easy it is:
You can easily configure and install an IBM Cloud Private Cluster with GlusterFS for data persistence. See how it can be done by watching the video below:
If you like OpenSUSE you can now try it for FREE at Unicamp’s Minicloud. The Minicloud is hosted by the University of Campinas – Unicamp, which is an academic member of the OpenPower Foundation. It provides free access to Power® virtual machines that can be used for development, testing or migration of applications to Power®. Enjoy!
Working daily with Docker and Kubernetes and several workloads written in GO is a very common task for me. Likewise, configuring a development environment on brand new VMs. To make this process easier, I wrote a simple script that automatically downloads and install the latest version of Go for Linux for x86_64, ppc64le and s390x… Continue reading linux: configuring your Go development environment