By WalkingTree   July 17, 2020

Devops Containers

As organizations are investing in flexibility, speed, and efficiencies in their workflows, DevOps and containers are a natural fit. It is important for the development teams to be flexible in their work, but IT systems and development tools often leave developers frustrated and prevent them from reaching real-time agility. 

IT teams are looking to solutions, such as containers, that can enable the “peeling off” of the monolith into microservices, as well as new approaches to collaboration such as DevOps that give developers the flexibility, efficiency, feedback loops and speed needed for more agile workflows. 

Many developers and data scientists find containers to be an excellent solution for meeting the deployment and flexibility demands. On a high level, shifting to containers offers a consistent, repeatable process that enables a uniform experience by all stakeholders. That repeatability and consistency result in lower entry barriers for newcomers and lower operational costs due to the uniformity.

The benefits and functions of containers are more compatible with a DevOps process than any other traditional technology. As a consistent package, containers travel easily across teams and their uniformity helps aid communication between departments. Their small size also works to DevOps’ advantage, they are easy and fast to move around and intuitive for many teams to employ. 

Read on to know more about how containers are a great fit for DevOps. 


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