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Sharing code between micro-services

When developing a server infrastructure using micro services, there are a lot of opportunities to repeat the same pieces of code among many of them. So one of my developers likes to put stuff in a helper library, shared between

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Docker on Tinc in Docker

Tinc is an open-source virtual private network (VPN) solution. It’s GPL, peer-to-peer (no central server) and battle tested. This tutorial explains how to setup tinc the easy way, by having it run inside a docker container. Then how to run

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GitLab + Redmine + WordPress + OpenLDAP in 5 Minutes (or so)

Someone wants to deploy a project management infrastructure on premise, luckily there's a large choice of open-source solutions out there: GitLab for version control and development, Redmine for team communication, WordPress for the website, OpenLDAP for authentication, etc. However, the

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Setup a SoYouStart Tutum Node

Tutum is a Docker platform, that allows to deploy and scale any application to your own architecture in seconds, with just a few simple clicks. For both performance and price, it really interesting to run Docker containers on your own

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