New Features – Microsoft Azure Support & Bring Your Own Node!

Tutum announced today at DockerCon Europe (come find us at our booth!) that we now support Microsoft Azure Cloud as a managed infrastructure provider; this combined with their growing collection of integrated services make Azure a top-tier cloud in which to run containerized applications.

On top of native support for Microsoft Azure, Digital Ocean and Amazon Web Services, the latest update also makes Tutum the first Docker service to allow users to connect any Linux host from any infrastructure provider (“Bring Your Own Node“); this provides support for virtually every public cloud provider to be used to deploy and manage application containers. These features form the foundation of Tutum’s vision to leverage container portability while providing a simple and powerful workflow to developers.

Key Features:

  • Microsoft Azure support – linking your Azure account couldn’t be simpler using OAuth. Just head to Account info > Cloud providers and click Link account.

  • Bring your own node – if you have access to a running Ubuntu server, you can use Tutum to run and manage containers once our agent has been installed. Learn more.

  • One-click Docker daemon upgrades – the latest security and feature patches are only one click away. Learn more.

  • Native support for templates/manifests using Fig files – making it easy to deploy complex environments with multiple services in a single step.

  • Webhook support for automated deployments – a powerful feature enabling Continuous Deployment leveraging other services, like the Docker Hub or GitHub. Developers can now automate the deployment of their code, bringing Tutum one step closer to a container-native fully automated workflow. Learn more.

  • Filter by node cluster – more visibility for your node clusters; easily view all of the individual nodes belonging to a single cluster in just one click.

  • Environment variable entry – it’s now quicker to add multiple environment variables to your service using the tab and enter keys. User defined environment variables will show at the top of the list so you get immediate feedback.

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