Docker & Container Runtimes, News & Announcements

Persistent storage patterns for Docker in production

The conventional wisdom is that containers are great for stateless applications, but inappropriate for stateful apps with persistent data.

If this is true, it’s not because the technology isn’t up to it, it’s because the patterns for managing persistent data and stateful applications are not commonly understood.

Related Post:  What is Kubernetes? An intro for beginners

The challenge isn’t so much about how to persist state, but how to do so without compromising the agility and automation that we love about containerization in the first place.

I have seen this future where applications of all types can be easily and automatically deployed, where scaling — even for clustered systems with persistent state — can be done with a button press, and even backups and recovery are automatic. Let me show you how…. Continue reading.

Related Post:  Setting Up A VPN Server In 5 Minutes With Docker

Pokemon Go

Subscribe to LinuxBSDos.com

Subscribe to receive the latest articles in your Inbox

Trust me, you'll not be spammed...

Please share:
Tags:

We Recommend These Vendors and Free Offers

Launch an SSD VPS in Europe, USA, Asia & Australia on Vultr's KVM-based Cloud platform starting at $5:00/month (15 GB SSD, 768 MB of RAM).

Deploy an SSD Cloud server in 55 seconds on DigitalOcean. Built for developers and starting at $5:00/month (20 GB SSD, 512 MB of RAM).

Want to become an expert ethical hacker and penetration tester? Request your free video training course of Online Penetration Testing and Ethical Hacking

Whether you're new to Linux or are a Linux guru, you can learn a lot more about the Linux kernel by requesting your free ebook of Linux Kernel In A Nutshell.


Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*