PDF Preview: Quickly Deliver Applications with Docker Container Technology

by NetApp Staff on ‎2015-04-29 11:16 AM

Docker simplifies the development, testing, and deployment of applications. NetApp CTO, Jay Kidd says Docker will replace hypervisors for scale-out applications, so it may be time to come up to speed. This article explains what Docker does, how containers compare to the hypervisor model, storage provisioning considerations, how to get started, and more.

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Use of Docker in Various Applications

 

The time from when Docker arose as great technology, software developers are continuously humming their praises for this marvelous technology. Docker has made it easy to design multi-component application which spreads across cloud environment. The container technology is a standard kind of ‘virtualization’ technique that is capable of isolating services and applications from one another within the virtual machines. Dockers enable the applications to run on same operating system like Linux OS, using its resources.
>> Majority of government organizations as well as software developing companies look not just into advantages of container technology like Docker but the operational performance and speed with reduced cost are the major factors that decide their interest for the Docker technology. The Docker containers are really light-weight when compared to Virtual Machines, which is another major reason for this technology adoption by major companies.

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