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Native x86 Microservice in Java: The container
2018-12-21

This is the fourth and last part of a series about developing a native x86 microservice in Java. And it is about putting the executable in a container.
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Native x86 Microservice in Java: The native executable
2018-12-19

This is the third part of a series about developing a native x86 microservice in Java. And it is about making an x86 binary from a Java program.
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Native x86 Microservice in Java: The Java program
2018-12-16

This is the second part of a series about developing a native x86 microservice in Java. And it is about the creating of the microservice in Java.
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Native x86 Microservice in Java
2018-12-14

In November 2018 I've attended the SOFTWARE ENGINEERING CAMP and gave the talk "Native x86 Microservice in Java". This series of blog posts is an extended version of the talk.
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jSpirit Unconference 2018
2018-02-10

At January the 13th and 14th I've attended the jSpirit Unconference 2018.
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hustior - new features
2018-01-26

I've added two new features to hustior: direct program execution and config files.
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hustior
2018-01-02

In my last posts I've written about the usage of Linux namespaces. I've took the lessons learned there and went one step further to create a sandbox called hustior.
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Owncloud in a container: putting all together
2017-10-20

In the previous posts I've explained how to run a container with my Ownlcoud installation without docker but it still requires a lot of commands to be executed manually and php-fpm didn't like to be run as root. This post explains how to put all together to start it with one command and also how to please php-fpm.
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Owncloud in a container: device files
2017-10-17

As I've mentioned in the previous post there was a problem in my container that prevented it from starting the webserver. After some debugging I've found that it was missing a random device and the null device file in the /dev directory.
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Owncloud in a container: getting the runtime files
2017-10-14

In the last post I've explained the parts to isolate a container but the runtime is still missing. With runtime I mean the program files/executables to run my Owncloud installation. To make live easy for me I've used a docker installation in a virtual machine.
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