Tag Archive: swarm

Mar 22

Consul for Raspberry Pi is Alive

This version is forked from http://github.com/progrium/docker-consul and runs on the Raspberry Pi. Thanks to Jeff Lindsay for all his hard work. I am merely standing on the shoulders of giants. This initial version is a bit largish — ~500Mb; I think it’s mostly due to needing a go build environment. I think I can use …

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Mar 21

Swarming Raspberry Pi – Part 1


Here’s the first in a series of building a robust docker swarm of raspberry pi hosts. This installment goes through installing the Pi(s), modifiying the Docker Daemon config, and starting up a test to verify that everyone can join the cluster. The cluster which I am using consists of Raspberry Pi B+ x 5 Raspberry …

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Feb 01

Nifty Things for Week of 30 January 2015

Big Data Command-line tools can be 235x faster than your Hadoop cluster — for certain tasks and data sets, hadoop is not the best choice. maxogden/dat — Dat is an open source project that provides a streaming interface between every file format and data storage backend. Cloud Computing Docker on a raspberry pi | Xebia …

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