In Docker to allow Docker clients to access the Docker server (daemon) over the network you have to switch the Docker daemon from using a local socket to a tcp port.
So I wanted to test a Go Web running on Cloud Foundry and I’m still homing my skills in this area. I needed a simple hello world web app and found some Go examples on the web that use the net/http package.
Meet Velostrata at Cloud Expo next week in London, Stand 835, demonstrating our latest cloud migration capabilities:
Velostrata de-risks cloud migration because you can move compute while keeping storage on premises. Once you’re satisfied with performance and costs, Velostrata migrates the rest of the data in the background while apps are running. If you’re not happy in the cloud, you can move your workload back on premises with a mouse click. Move production workloads to the cloud in minutes, vs days or weeks – without re-writing the application or modifying images, storage or management processes. Velostrata is the only solution that simply and elegantly handles both compute and storage migration – without complicated application rewrites, consultant hours, and downtime.
I’m going to try to get down there.