Reference Docker Infrastructure on Tutum

Docker is disruptive, but at the end of the day you need somewhere to deploy it. And if you are sensible you want would to do it in the cloud, even if you are a bank. Earlier in 2015 I took a punt and moved our entire Docker infrastructure from self-hosted Deis to Tutum. Tutum has since been acquired by Docker. It took me 2 days to get the initial infrastructure migrated. »

Harp to Hugo

I’ve moved my blog away from Harp to Hugo. And wrote a couple of useful tools along the way: Harp2Hugo gem to do the content conversion for meta data. Alpine Docker Hugo - available on both docker hub and quay.io My blog’s Tutum Stack and Dockerfile have been updated accordingly. Check it out if you need usage examples. I chose Hugo mainly because: has proper theme support - switch/modify themes on the fly, without hacking around your content pages. »