Is It Time To Rethink Running your Database In Docker?

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As long as Docker has existed, developers have been using it to run databases in development mode.  But once you get past development and test, the database experts have quickly crushed any thoughts of running containerized databases in production.  Why?  A variety of reasons: the vendor doesn’t support or endorse (or allow) it; DBAs don’t […]

Architecting for Kubernetes

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Image courtesy Jonathan Leung (https://www.flickr.com/photos/jonathan-leung/) under license CC BY-SA 2.0 Docker is taking over the world. Developers love it because it allows them to experiment without polluting their machines. It’s easy to create docker images for your apps and only moderately harder to bundle a stack together (using compose and swarm). It’s also pretty easy to […]