Developer Workflow using Docker
Docker provides an excellent mechanism for creating low-overhead -isolated- execution environments. Using Docker, it is possible to mimic a multi-tier production environment on a single machine where each tier still gets their own isolated environment. While this was also possible with multiple VMs, their performance overhead makes it impractical. This webinar discusses a reference design that allows developers to test code in a production-like environment at a high pace, while still minimizing bugs that occur due to mismatch in local and QA/production environments.
Aater Suleman, PhD
CEO & Co-Founder, Flux7
|Aater Suleman is an industry veteran in performance optimization on servers. He earned his PhD at the University of Texas at Austin, where he also currently teaches computer systems design and architecture. His current interests are in optimizing developer workflows and optimizing cloud usage. Dr Suleman is an AWS certified architect and regularly presents at conferences, meetups, user groups and other events.|