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by Neil Cresswell, CEO, on February 26, 2022

Historically, Portainer has been a pure "ClickOps" tool, due to its rich UI, however that is no longer the case. As of Portainer CE 2.11 and Portainer Business 2.12, we …

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Topics:Deploy ContainersGitOps

by Dimko, on February 22, 2022

Each day, we want to celebrate what our community does. This time, our Developer Advocate Dimko Zhluktenko was invited for a joint event with Francesco Ciulla. Francesco is our active …

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by Neil Cresswell, CEO, on February 22, 2022

Note: The following only applies to Docker Standalone and does not work for Docker Swarm. OK, so a little confession.. our documentation, whilst already pretty comprehensive, doesn't cover every single …

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by Neil Cresswell, CEO, on February 20, 2022

We were recently approached by a user and asked if Portainer supported self-hosted registries that implemented authentication through x509 client certs, and NOT with username/password credentials. In order to give …

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by Neil Cresswell, CEO, on February 16, 2022

Portainer has full support for communications with container image registry providers, including DockerHub (authenticated and anonymous), Azure Container Registry, Quay.io, ProGet, GitLab, AWS ECR, and pretty much every other Docker …

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by Neil Cresswell, CEO, on February 15, 2022

VSCode is without a doubt, the most commonly used developer IDE worldwide (Stackoverflow state more than 50% of devs use it), but how can you use Portainer to maximize developer …

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by Neil Cresswell, CEO, on February 15, 2022

Another little annoying bug that hit us, and we just found a fix for.. A little known bug with WSL2 is that it does not correctly handle resuming from a …

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by Diane Hannay, on February 14, 2022

Savannah Peterson: Hello and welcome everyone. Thank you so much for joining us and being a member of the Portainer community. We have an absolutely thrilling interview for you today …

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Topics:PortainerThought LeadershipPartner

by Neil Cresswell, CEO, on February 11, 2022

In Part 1 of this blog, i showed how to deploy an instance of ArgoCD in Portainer, and use it to GitOps-enable application deployments on a local cluster. In this …

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Topics:GitOps

by Neil Cresswell, CEO, on February 11, 2022

Portainer already has a good continuous delivery (CD) engine built in, one that ensures applications running in Portainer managed Kubernetes clusters are consistent with their mainifest definitions stored within a …

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Topics:Lifecycle ManagementGitOps

by Neil Cresswell, CEO, on February 8, 2022

Every day an unfathomable amount of data is created at the edge of the network, much of it transient, but all of it created for a reason. As data is …

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Topics:PortainerEdge / IIOT / IOT / Industry 4.0

by Hrittik Roy, on February 8, 2022

Kubernetes was started inside Google to provide a layer of abstractions with containers for the modern infrastructure. Now, the technology is adopted by the masses and has become a de-facto …

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by Neil Cresswell, CEO, on February 5, 2022

Another day, another survey – this one from our good friends at CIVO. Unlike many, this one is worth taking a moment to review as it surfaces some important issues …

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Topics:Partner

by Diane Hannay, on February 2, 2022

How to replace Docker Desktop on Windows to run and manage your Linux containers with a graphical interface. This is a guest post by Jan Jambor. Why? Docker announced in …

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Topics:Docker/SwarmPortainer
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