Docker brings with it a range of benefits like rapid deployment, easy portability and isolation & security among other things. These benefits already sound like a good reason to run your web app or Bitcoin Node within a Docker container, but management of your docker containers still requires logging into a server somewhere and running a list of commands. Let alone scaling up nodes for a highly available application during periods of peak load. This is where Rancher comes in to make things a breeze.
It’s been around in Git for a while, but since GitHub announced support for signing commits, and subsequently having those commits show as verified on GitHub, I had been keen to start signing my commits.
This guide is focused on the Linux Ubuntu and Debian variants.
I am thinking about sporadically writing blog posts again and after a little bit of research it seemed like utilising GitHub Pages was the way to go.
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