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Improving stability, installs, and updates with Docker

We heard our customers loud and clear. Our old AppManager product on which we ran the Hub on wasn’t working for you. That’s why we replatformed our Black Duck Hub solution on the Docker platform.

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Customer questions: What is Docker anyway?

We’re shifting the Black Duck Hub to a Docker-based architecture, so we created this quick video to give you an overview of some key questions we’ve heard from our customers about this change.

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Building containerized ecosystems with Ansible Container

The Ansible Container project is our on-ramp into containers and OpenShift, allowing you to build container images using only Ansible Playbooks.

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Tackling visibility in microservices

Are modern enterprise software architectures doomed to produce suboptimal processes and outcomes? Today, enterprise architects value componentization perhaps more than ever before, given the mass glorification of microservices. Microservices are loosely defined as isolated, independent components designed to address a singular business need. Sounds great, until you consider that with this architecture, the creator(s) and the consumer(s) of any service are likely to become rigorously isolated from each other, the API boundary falling like an iron curtain between them.

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Rocket.Chat: Enabling privately hosted chat services

This is the eighth year we’ve run the Black Duck Open Source Rookies of the Year. Each year we review the world of open source and recognize top new projects launched during the past year, be sure to check out the top new projects of 2016. Today, we’re excited to share the story of the Rocket.Chat project, which enables privately hosted chat services.

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Kontena – Developing a friendly container platform

This is the eighth year we’ve run the Black Duck Open Source Rookies of the Year awards. Each year we review the world of open source and recognize top new projects launched during the past year. We’re delighted to share the story of the Kontena project.

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