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Zcash Mining on Linux made easy with Docker

We have our Dockerized Zcash CPU mining images online and ready at Docker Hub so you can start mining one of the more intriguing cryptocurrencies easily

Monero NVIDIA GPU Mining with Docker and nvidia-docker

We have a fun way to earn some extra money using your machine learning NVIDIA GPUs to mine Monero (XMR) while learning nvidia-docker

Monero Mining on Linux made easy with Docker

We created a Docker container to make it easy to mine Monero in Linux using a single command. In its first 8 days we already have over 50K pulls

Docker Swarm Management: A Quick Overview of Rancher, Portainer and Shipyard

In the lab, we wanted to set up a Docker Swarm for testing purposes. With Docker engine post 1.12 (current version is 1.13 as...

Monero Mining Benchmarks – CPU Mining With Select Dual Intel Xeon...

Our first Monero CPU mining benchmarks using several Intel Xeon E5 systems mining Monero. We have resources for getting started on your own using Docker

Docker 1.13 Released – Docker for AWS and Azure out of...

Docker 1.13 has some great new features. Aside from being out of beta for AWS and Azure there are new orchestration features, cleanup features and more

VMware and Windows in Decline? Why you need to look at...

Trends are clear, although they have huge followings, VMware and Windows Server are in decline while AWS and Docker are growing rapidly in popularity

Docker for Windows – Getting a Docker 1.12 Swarm running in...

We use Docker for Windows and Docker 1.12 in Ubuntu 16.04 VMs to stand up a three node swarm cluster, join nodes to the cluster and start defining/ scheduling services in 144 seconds

Docker 1.12 Goes GA – Swarm Orchestration Built-in

Docker 1.12 is now GA. Swarm orchestration is built-in for creating high-availability services and Docker for Windows / Mac removes barriers to entry

Docker 1.12 – now with built-in orchestration

The Docker 1.12 release will bring built-in orchestration, compatible with Swarm to Docker Engine. Docker is taking the pain out of running clusters