Container technology has revolutionized the way organizations develop, deliver and deploy applications with increased efficiencies, and adoption is set to increase tremendously in the coming years. Containers are a primary enabler for enterprises embracing continuous delivery, supporting the implementation of applications as configurations of independently-scalable services which reduce density in the existing infrastructure and leads enterprises to release more software at a faster pace.
However, the foremost challenge with containers is container management. The main challenge is that - organizations struggle while managing containers at scale. The huge ecosystem that surrounds and supports containers can be formidable and requires the right plugins, orchestration solutions, and monitoring tools to ensure successful deployments.
For clients that have not yet adopted containers, Knoldus works to assess the technical and organizational requirements to integrate these new technologies and practices. For clients with known requirements, we work to architect and implement solutions that make open source technologies like Docker and Kubernetes part of their development and operational fabric. Knoldus engagements start with strategic planning around container adoption or focus on a technical win through a pilot of a microservices application deployed via a CI/CD toolchain. In either case, Knoldus works with the client to develop solutions that extend customers' legacy data centers into the new container ecosystem while empowering with their organization's strategy and key goals. With our comprehensive understanding of Docker, Kubernetes and Apache Mesos, we have been successfully helping the organization to develop solutions in and around these technologies.
Containers require fewer system resources than traditional or hardware virtual machine environments because they don't include operating system images.
Applications running in containers deployed easily to multiple different operating systems and hardware platforms without making any changes to its source code.
DevOps teams know applications in containers will run the same, regardless of where they are deployed.
Containers allow applications to be more rapidly deployed, patched, or scaled without impacting the entire software.
Containers support agile and DevOps efforts to accelerate development, test, and production cycles.
Containers improves the security of apps by having it in a distributed manner without any dependencies. It also prevents unauthorized users to access the internal & external processes
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