Here is my latest post for Stackify.
Docker is now everywhere. Over the past few years, a lot of modern-day software has now moved to become packaged in a Docker container, and with good reason.
One of the biggest benefits touted about Docker containers is their speed. But you don’t get lightning-fast performance out of the box without some performance tuning.
Today, we’re going to discuss some of the tips, tricks, and areas to look into to ensure you are utilizing the real speed of containers. We’ll break down the following into two parts.
Here is my latest post for Scaylr.
Containers are hot stuff right now, so it’s natural that you’re here wondering what the business case and benefits of containers could be.
If this is you—if you’re looking to assess whether containers would make sense for your company—then you’re in just the right place. Because by the end of this article, you’ll not only have a good understanding of what containers are and what they’re good (and not so good) at, but you’ll also have some decision making criteria to help you decide whether they’ll work for you in your unique situation.