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Tutum & Docker: Run, Container, Run

Today I’m thrilled to announce that Tutum and Docker are joining forces. To anybody that has been following these companies, the announcement may not come as a surprise. After all, the two teams are truly a match made in container

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Introducing by Tutum

At Tutum, we’re always willing to improve and add features to our service, but we’re also not afraid to provide brand new products that can complement Tutum and make the user experience even better. That’s why we’re proud to introduce

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Tutum Now Supports CentOS

We are excited to welcome CentOS as an officially supported Linux distribution in Tutum! CentOS joins Ubuntu in our growing list of supported operating systems. With this latest release and its support for CentOS, Tutum takes another step towards delivering

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Introducing Overlay Networking for Containers and Dynamic Links in Tutum

At Tutum, our objective is to provide you with the best tools to develop, test and deploy applications in a faster, simpler, yet flexible way. To achieve that, we make use of containers, which provide great benefits in terms of portability

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Thank You for an Amazing 2014

2014 has been a once-in-a-lifetime year for Tutum. The original project was hacked together in 2 months in Buenos Aires, and this year we saw Tutum turn into a cloud platform being used by thousands. We tripled the size of

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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

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Announcing Support for Amazon Web Services

We are excited to announce the immediate availability of Amazon Web Services as a supported cloud infrastructure provider for Tutum. You can now use your existing AWS account to deploy new nodes in which to run all your containerized applications.

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