Mike Mackrory January 10, 2017
If you’re anything like me, you’ve been watching the increasing growth of container-based solutions with considerable interest, and you’ve probably been experimenting with a couple of ideas. At some point in the future, perhaps you’d like to take those experiments and actually put them out there for people to use. Why wait? It’s a new year, and there is no time like the present to take some action on that goal.
Experimenting is great, and you learn a great deal, but often in the midst of trying out new things, hacking different technologies together and making it all work, things get introduced into our code which probably shouldn’t be put into a production environment. Sometimes, having a checklist to follow when we’re excited and nervous about deploying new applications out into the wild can help ensure that we don’t do things we shouldn’t. Consider this article as the start of a checklist to ready your Docker applications for prime time. Read more