Traditionally, software engineers used to run and deploy applications on physical machines. But what happens when you have one application that requires Windows and another that requires Linux? How could you run these two on the same physical machine? In addition, what if the deployed applications need to handle more
App deployment has become easier because of containerization. But what is containerization? Let's understand it using an example. Think of a laptop box. It contains a laptop, a charger, a power cable, and a battery. The laptop is dependent on the charger and its accessories. This box has everything that
Kubernetes is a powerful container orchestration platform for easily deploying and managing containerized applications. But managing containerized applications is about more than just getting them up and running. Sometimes, you’ll need to interact with the containers to perform important tasks, such as debugging issues or modifying files or directories.
Containerization is a modern technology that has drastically transformed the software deployment process. It involves packaging software applications and all their dependencies into a single, self-contained unit known as a container. So, what is a container? A container is a package containing all the necessary components required to run an
Have you ever struggled to get your application to run smoothly across different environments, from your local laptop to a production server? It's a common challenge in software development. Fortunately, there’s a solution to this challenge — containerization. With containerization, you can package your application and all its dependencies into
Docker is a platform that helps run applications inside containers. Once you have your application running in a container, you might want to carry out some tasks that require you to get inside the container. For example, you might want to modify files or directories, install new packages, or perhaps
Containerization has revolutionized the way we deploy software. In this post, we will learn about containerization, its benefits, and its common uses. We will also see how it is related to Docker, a popular container platform. By the end, you will have a good understanding of containerization and its role
Introduction The 10th Annual Open Source Jobs Report is here! For those of you who are not yet familiar, this report is conducted by the Linux Foundation annually and it provides insights that dig deep into the global technology and professional open-source trends each year through comprehensive analysis, surveys, and
Containers provide an efficient way to package and deploy applications. They are lightweight, portable, and can be easily moved between different environments without any changes to the application code. With Kubernetes, developers can easily manage and orchestrate containerized applications at scale, ensuring that they are always available and running smoothly.