Classification of HTTP APIs This table provides a classification of HTTP-based APIs. The classification achieves an explicit differentiation between the various kinds of uses of HTTP and provides a foundation to analyse and describe the system properties induced. Providing distinct names for the API 'styles' overcomes the useless situation where APIs are named 'RESTful' and 'not so RESTful','almost RESTful', or 'unRESTful'.
Packer Type: docker The Docker builder builds Docker images using Docker. The builder starts a Docker container, runs provisioners within this container, then exports the container for re-use. Packer builds Docker containers without the use of Dockerfiles. By not using Dockerfiles, Packer is able to provision containers with portable scripts or configuration management systems that are not tied to Docker in any way. Docker Swarm Compatible with Docker Tools Docker Swarm serves the standard Docker API, so any tool which already communicates with a Docker daemon can use Docker Swarm to transparently scale to multiple hosts: Dokku, Docker Compose, Krane, Flynn, Deis, DockerUI, Shipyard, Drone, Jenkins and, of course, the Docker client itself. Pluggable Schedulers Swarm comes with a built-in scheduler, but you can easily plugin the Mesos backend for large-scale production deployments while still using the Docker client for a consistent developer experience. Smart Container Scheduling The built-in scheduler has several filters such as node tags, affinity and strategies like spread, binpack and many more. These filters assign containers to the underlying nodes so you can maximize performance and resource utilization.
MySQL Sample Databases There are many excellent and interesting sample databases available, that you can use as a template (or pattern) to design your own databases. 1. MySQL's Sample Employee Database Reference: MySQL's Sample Employees Database @ Microsoft SQL Server Community & Samples The SQL Server 2012 RTM versions of the Adventure Works OLTP sample database and Adventure Works data warehouse sample database are available on AdventureWorks for SQL Server 2012. SQL Server 2008R2 product code samples are available here. Download the AdventureWorks 2008R2 family of sample databases and AdventureWorks 2008R2 sample databases Note: When you click the big Download button on the SQL Server R2 sample code project page (this one), you will get the x64 installer and download the SQL Server 2008R2 samples. SQL Azure AdventureWorks community sample databases can be downloaded from here. SQL Server 2008 code samples are available here.
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Understanding OpenShift OpenShift is a next-generation cloud application platform that makes it easy to develop, deploy, and scale applications in the cloud – public or private. Application Lifecycle Code Develop your application with the language and tools you want. MySQL Sample Database We use the classicmodels database as a MySQL sample database to help you work with MySQL quickly and effectively. The classicmodels database is a retailer of scale models of classic cars database. It contains typical business data such as customers, products, sales orders, sales order line items, etc. We use this sample database in our MySQL tutorials to demonstrate many MySQL features from simple queries to complex stored procedures. Download MySQL Sample Database
Is DevOps Driving the Future of UX Design? Alan Cooper, the Father of Visual Basic, had the full attention of the entire class during his “Design Leadership” workshop. In the calm reassuring tone of a wise patriarch he said, “Design is not so much a design issue as a power struggle.” At that moment, everyone began recalling experiences where their design process required more effort in exercising influence, diplomacy, and collaboration than anticipated.