Friday, November 18, 2016

Simplifying Container Management with Habitat [feedly]

Simplifying Container Management with Habitat

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Containers provide a delightful development experience. It's easy to download a container image and get started writing code. But it's a different story when you have to run containers in production at scale. That's when all the hidden complexities become apparent and the real challenges begin. What tools are you going to use to build, deploy, run, and manage your containerized applications? How are you going to manage difference between environments like staging and production with a fleet of immutable objects? How will you effectively scale containerized applications once you've deployed them? Habitat, our open-source project for application automation, simplifies container management by packaging applications in a compact, atomic, and easily auditable format that makes it easier to deploy your application on various container runtimes. Once your applications are deployed, the Habitat supervisor simplifies the complexities of running in production environments with built-in abstractions for functions typically handled by external tooling, such as dynamic scaling and rolling updates. Join Ian Henry and Michael Ducy on Friday, December 9th at 10:00 AM PT, to learn how Habitat makes building, deploying, and running your applications in containers simple, no matter how complex the production environment. Join us to learn: - Why automation is critical to deploying in a containerized world and how - Habitat provides the minimum viable automation. - Why a strong container build system is important, and how the Habitat studio provides that system. - Why Habitat is the easiest way to build and run containers at scale, no matter the underlying container architecture. Who should attend: - Anyone new to containers - Anyone challenged by running containers in production at scale

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