A short while ago, we accepted the invitation to host a hands-on infrastructure workshop for Innovation Labs. This is an innovation program dedicated to emerging Romanian entrepreneurs that wish to turn their startup ideas into MVPs.
The key to success in any application development lifecycle is to have as little discrepancies as possible between environments. Luckily, Kubernetes and Docker give you the necessary tools to achieve environment uniformization. Nonetheless, it was always challenging to create development environments that would work on any operating system, be it Linux, Windows, or MacOS. This short article will guide you through all the necessary steps to create your own development environment with Vagrant and MicroK8S on your laptop or PC.
Docker is one of the fastest-growing technologies of recent history, gaining unparalleled momentum in the IT world. Its containerization technology allows users to have ever more apps running on the same servers. At the same time, it simplifies the process of packaging and shipping programs. Yet, Docker is not the only container software on the market. There are countless other similar technologies. So what is it that makes it so incredibly popular?
Running applications in containers instead of virtual machines is fast gaining momentum in the IT world. This technology is one of the fastest-growing ones in recent history. Key names in the industry and software vendors adopted it or are about to. At the heart of this ecosystem lies Docker. This is a platform that allows users to pack, distribute, and manage Linux applications within containers. The company has grown immensely since the beginning, now seeking to invest in furthering the usability of the container technology.