The shift to containerize the enterprise is a growing industry trend, but one that has only recently seen movement in the public sector. Although there are inherent risks and security concerns with the move, the benefits can far outweigh them.
Containers hold the promise of increased portability, greater scalability, and faster application development. But how will IT operations teams manage a container-based world?
In this session, we'll will cover the state of the art of docker container security. We'll also take a look at the future of container security. You'll learn:
-When you should use containers versus virtual machines
-What platform you should run your containers on
The performance engineering group at Red Hat is responsible for performance of the complete container portfolio, including Docker containers, Red Hat® Enterprise Linux Atomic technologies, Kubernetes, and OpenShift Container Platform.
This talk will cover the struggles making Docker Containers work well with Systemd. We will discuss getting systemd functions like sd_notify, socket activation, cgroup propogation working in a container. The talk will describe how to get docker to use journald for logging containers.
Containerization is fueling the paradigm shift toward Application-Centric IT.
Managing your Red Hat environments across the public cloud and private cloud can be challenging and complex.
Docker made it simple to run a single process in a Linux container. We often have quick success getting something like Apache or MySQL running in a docker container, especially if it's part of an application being built from scratch.
Interest in Linux containers has continued to grow over the past year. At Red Hat, containers-related work is impacting products across our product portfolio.
The Prague Red Hat Forums are happening November 1, 2016. Check out what the Forums 2014 were like, and join us this year.