Jon Langemak has been writing about container networking for the last couple of years. His Docker 101 series should be required reading for anyone looking to make two containers talk to each other. Jon does a great job of breaking things down into their basic pieces and explaining how to make everything work. In the world of containers, nothing is ever idle. Networking stacks are reimagined, reengineered, and retired quickly. So how can one take material that is designed to educate and make it applicable for the future? Enter the Docker Networking Cookbook.
Jon Langemak of Das Blinken Lichten comments: The traditional security model has put significant emphasis on what’s typically called the ‘external edge’. That is, the connection between your network and any third party network. This is also where we create a delineation between ‘trusted’ and ‘untrusted’ networks. Regardless of how you define this boundary, it […]
Jon Langemak of Das Blinken Lichten writes: Let me start this out by saying that I was thrilled to see Intel present at a NFD event! While Intel is well known in the network space for their NICs, they are most well known for their powerful line of processors, boards, and controllers. Most would argue […]
Jon Langemak of Das Blinken Lichten comments: So we’ve had some time to digest what containers and images are. Now let’s talk in a little greater detail about images and how they layer. A key piece of docker is how the images stack. For instance, let’s quickly build a container that has […]
Jon Langemak of Das Blinken Lichten comments: I’ll admit, I jumped into docker pretty quickly and found that I was getting a little ahead of myself. After much googling and discussion, I’ve come to realize a couple things about docker that I think are well worth sharing. I’m hoping to share them through […]
Jon Langemak from Das Blinken Lichten comments: Recently, I’ve been putting a lot of thought into where the ‘next big thing’ in networking is going to be. Now, I’m not just pondering these thoughts for no apparent reason. I was on the fence between focusing on new technology and getting my CCIE Route […]