[Podcast] PodCTL Basics - How to Containerize an Application
September 13, 2017 | by
Last week we created a Basics show focused on Linux containers. This week we'd created a companion Basics show to explain how to actually get applications into Linux containers. We discussed how to choose a base container image, how the layering of a container works, and how to think about the Operating System vs. Application vs. Application dependencies.
We also discussed the differences between the details (metadata) needed to create a container, and the details (manifest) to get Kubernetes to understand how the container needs to run - things like high availability, IP addressing and the location of storage or persistent data.
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