Given the history of Docker and its early software being a little rough around the edges, and also given the fact that Kubernetes has already essentially won the war for dominance in container orchestration, it took me awhile to give Docker Swarm a true evaluation. It was ultimately the talk below, given at DockerCon17, that made […]
In the words of Kief Morris in his post on immutable infrastructure, “Automated configuration tools (such as CFEngine, Puppet, or Chef) allow you to specify how servers should be configured, and bring new and existing machines into compliance. This helps to avoid the problem of fragile SnowflakeServers. Such tools can create PhoenixServers that can be […]
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