Monday, February 16, 2015

Ignore the Hype: 5 Docker Misconceptions Java Developers Should Consider

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Docker has been getting a lot of hype recently, and it’s easy to understand why. Shipping code is challenging. Container technology has traditionally been messy with lots of requirements and templates involved. Docker gives you a simple way to create containers in a repeatable manner. It’s generally faster, more comfortable, and easier to understand than other container and code shipping methods out there. Hence the hype! But with hype comes misunderstandings and misconceptions. As always, don’t believe the hype. Taking a pragmatic look at Docker will help you understand if it’s right for your needs.

In this post, we’re writing about five Docker misconceptions and the Java angle for Docker. But first, a bit of background. To learn more about it, we looked for someone with lots of Docker experience so we set up a chat with Avishai Ish-Shalom from Fewbytes, who’s also an organizer of the DevOps Days conference. We used his great insights and experience with Docker to build this list of misconceptions with him.

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