Implementing Docker Containers

Docker

HSOFT helps clients with adopting Docker and realize the following benefits.

Efficient application deployment – Docker containers carry the minimal runtime requirements of the application, reducing their size and allowing them to be deployed quickly.
Improve Portability – With Docker an application and all its dependencies can be bundled into a single container that is independent from the host version of Linux kernel, platform distribution, or deployment model. This container can be transferred to another machine that runs Docker, and executed there without compatibility issues.

Easy Version Control – Organizations can track successive versions of a container, inspect differences, or roll-back to previous versions. Containers reuse components from the preceding layers, which makes them noticeably lightweight.

Improved Sharing – Organizations can use a remote repository to share their containers with others. Docker registry is for this purpose. HSOFT helps its customers configure their own private repository.

Reduced Overhead – Docker images are typically very small, which facilitates rapid delivery and reduces the time to deploy new application containers.

Ease of Maintenance – Docker reduces effort and risk of problems with application dependencies.

Following are the Docker resources HSOFT has prepared for know sharing.

Oracle 19c

Oracle WebLogic

RedHat JBoss / Wildfly

Apache and Nginx

Three Tier Architecture Using Docker Containers