5 reasons developers love containers

Source:- cio.com Linux containers have been around for almost a decade, but it was only with the release of Docker four years ago that large numbers of developers began to adopt the technology. Now it seems that containers are everywhere and their popularity continues to rise. Containers have become such an important part of the IT landscape that server virtualization giants like VMware and Microsoft have had to go out of their way to accommodate them. VMware now offers a

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How to install WordPress with Docker

Source:- techrepublic.com ocker is an incredibly powerful and flexible tool that allows you to serve up containerized applications such that they are encapsulated and much easier to deploy. I want to demonstrate how easy this is by installing WordPress via Docker. I will be working on the Ubuntu 16.04 Server platform and will assume you already have Docker up and running. If you don’t have Docker up and running, see “How to install Docker on Ubuntu 16.04” to find out

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Three Overlooked Lessons about Container Security

Source:- linux.com I’ve just joined container security specialists Aqua Security and spent a couple of days in Tel Aviv getting to know the team and the product. I’m sure I’m learning things that might be obvious to the seasoned security veteran, but perhaps aren’t so obvious to the rest of us! Here are three aspects I found interesting and hope you will too, even if you’ve never really thought about the security of your containerized deployment before: #1: Email Addresses

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Tips on how to build your first SQL Server container

Source:- techtarget.com Navigating the new world of containers might seem daunting, but the examples outlined here will walk you through the process of creating and managing containers for SQL Server. Support for containers is one of the most important new features in Windows Server 2016 and, in turn, SQL Server. And if you’re looking to virtualize your databases, there are good reasons to put them in a SQL Server container. Containers virtualize at the operating system level, making them far

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10 Reasons To Use Docker With .NET

Source:- stackify.com When you think of Docker, you probably don’t think of .NET or Windows. There are a lot of good reasons to use Docker with .NET. Check out our top 10 list of reasons to use Docker with .NET to see if Docker can help you! 1. Pre-Made Runtime Environment Generally, when you set up a server machine (or virtual machine), you have to install the operating system, any software needed by the application (web server, SDK, et. al.)

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How to create a webserver with Docker

Source:- steemit.com I’ve got some more docker for you. This time I’ll show you how to set up a simple webserver in a docker container. The Dockerfile One really important thing I didn’t cover last time was the Dockerfile. Now, if you have made a really good docker image that you want to share with others, you could just give them the image. They would have to trust you though, because it might be hard to tell if you were doing

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Docker Introduces Secrets Management

Source:- crn.com Docker’s latest update helps enterprise customers protect their secrets. An update released Thursday for Docker Datacenter, the container-tech pioneer’s commercial offering, implements a container-native framework for controlling access to sensitive information like API keys, encryption keys and passwords, along with a security scanning feature that can detect vulnerabilities and bugs. The new feature for managing access-control secrets, architected to facilitate large container deployments, can deliver those protected pieces of information to specific, authorized containers in a cluster. Secrets

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Bain: Is Container Use Optional? Probably Not

Source:- informationweek.com Containers, frequently portrayed as an experimental or optional technology, are likely to be an essential ingredient in transitioning traditional companies to the emerging digital economy, concludes a study by Bain & Compan The Bain authors of For Traditional Enterprises, The Path To Digital And The Role Of Containers come to several surprising conclusions. It’s understood that containers are useful in building next-generation applications based on microservices. Bain says they’re also good for transitioning 20-year-old, monolithic applications. Traditional companies

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Docker Containers: What Makes Them So Portable?

Source – networkcomputing.com One of the main benefits in using Docker and container technology is the portability of applications. It’s possible to spin up an application on-site or in a public cloud environment in a matter of minutes. What enables this is a storage technology that implements a layered “copy on write” approach to storing data in the file system used by Docker itself. Let’s take a look at how it works… Read More

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