git rebase is a very useful construct in source control management, as it allows you to re-apply your changes atop a different branch of the same repository. While this concept transitions perfectly to container management (updating a container could be as easy as a docker rebase), and the Docker client is inspired by the git semantics, Docker has no such feature (in fact, Solomon Hykes used rebase and merge as examples of things "that we don't want"). Currently, zypper-docker works by applying an updated layer on top of an existing image. While this does work quite well, it separates the process of updating the base image and updating all of your derivative images (you need to re-download new packages for each derivative image).
So, this project will be working on implementing something likegit rebase for Docker images. There are several issues with this, mainly involving the fact that we are rebasing binaries and not source code, so merge conflicts will probably be quite messy. But it should be possible to implement some form of simple rebase method (which will essentially fall back to docker build in the worst case, which is what you were going to run anyway). By maximising the reuse of the existing image layers, it should be possible to reduce build times quite significantly.
DevOps is hot, and SUSE now is changing that we will not only provide OS and relative products but also online-application-like products e.g. docker application, so L3 service needs to improve as well.
Google has established their DevOps implementation - SRE system, and has maintained long time, I opened this project for researching if DevOps way could be applied on L3 service referring to Google's experience.
there are many options for creating vpn tunnels using ssh. remote port forwading, local port forwarding, and even creation of tun interfaces with the "-w" switch.
During this hack we will try to craete an "appliance" vm that can be used as a sshvpn concentrator inside an openstack cloud.
almost 3 years
1 hackers ♥️.
Has no hacker:
I have a Xiaomi Scooter Pro 1 which I bought two years ago, it has 25 - 27 km/h of max speed by factory setting, but it's more or less slow to me since I'm a speed lover :smiley: So I decide to unlock the speed limit (maximum with safety might be 40 km/h) during this hackweek.
Not a Hack Week project per se, but I am trying to connect with a few like minded people - I like playing Texas Holdem poker and am tired of playing bots/strangers online. I am hoping to gather a few fellow players for a game.