Prepare for successful container adoption with these tips  

9 March 2021:

IT teams use containers to build more dynamic applications and support modern microservice architectures. And containers are a critical tool for IT organizations to take advantage of innovations, such as cloud services, Agile methodology, DevOps collaboration and mobile apps.

As businesses turn to containers to fuel development and support infrastructures, they must identify which workloads benefit from containerization, as well as strategize automation benefits and deploy the right tools for management.

As a result, IT teams are better positioned to evaluate savings potential, adopt key DevOps processes and apply IT training where necessary. In this article, we explore containerization's history and its uses, assess ideal workloads, potential operational savings and key management approaches.

History of containers: A steady evolution
The introduction of VMs into data centers decoupled compute resources from hardware to improve IT maintenance, reduce management costs and minimize physical footprint. Administrators can spin up as many VMs as necessary on a single server to provide extra resources and simplify infrastructure management. The technology also offered new possibilities for application performance and development.

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Source: Tech Target

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