A brief look into the critical differences between VMware and Docker containers as a platform for application deployment.
Containers have become incredibly common in modern development workflows and production environments. But what exactly are they and why are they getting so much attention? In this article, we will talk about what containers are, how they differ from related technologies, and what primary advantages they provide for the individuals and teams who adopt them.
This article will compare and contrast six operating systems commonly used in container deployments. It will present information on why the choice of operating system matters, and how differences in application may require differences in operating system.
Free, online training for Kubernetes and Rancher. Our popular sessions show you the basics of running Kubernetes, including deployments, pods, services, running Kubectl, and ingresses.
In our introduction to container security, we discuss the issues surrounding this new technology and what you can do to address them. Read more at Rancher.
Containerized applications have the ability to rapidly transform IT environments by enabling faster development, predictable deployments, and more flexible architectures. In spite of these advantages, it can still be difficult to communicate the value of containers to businesses. In this guide, we address some of these challenges to help make a case for container adoption within your organization.