Orchard is joining Docker to make it the best development experience you've ever seen.
We've released Fig 0.5! It now supports Docker 1.0 and 1.1, automatically starting links, resolving environment variables, and more.
Newly-created hosts on Orchard now run Docker 0.11.1. For existing hosts, we’ve got a nice simple upgrade process.
We've shipped a new version of Fig! The main new feature is support for Docker 0.9.x and 0.10.x, but we've also made some improvements across the board.
Fig makes development environments easy and repeatable. In this post we’re going to demonstrate how, with minimal changes to your configuration, you can deploy the same environment to Orchard.
Announcing support for two things: Docker 0.8.0 and the full Docker feature set. We’ve also made a change to how apps and our billing works.
We're going to use Fig to set up and run a Rails/PostgreSQL app without installing Rails or PostgreSQL—or Ruby, for that matter.
We've open-sourced a tool that uses Docker to run your development environments with their dependencies automatically fetched and cleanly isolated. We're using it to develop Orchard, and loving it. It's called Fig.
Docker is rapidly changing how we build and run applications, but it's still difficult to run it on anything that isn't your laptop. We want to make it as easy and seamless as possible to run Docker containers remotely.