Containers

Containers are a form of operating system virtualisation that allows developers to isolate and package up all or part of an application, effectively into a portable building block. Open-source Docker and Google-backed Kubernetes are both high-profile example of container technology, with IBM, Microsoft and Red Hat all championing the use of the former within their products and environments.

News : Containers

  • September 30, 2022 30 Sep'22

    How Endowus is leveraging Kafka and microservices

    The Singapore-based financial technology company built a distributed microservices architecture to ensure its investment platform remains resilient at all times

  • September 26, 2022 26 Sep'22

    How AWS is tapping the groundswell in cloud adoption

    Phil Davis, managing director of Amazon Web Services in Asia-Pacific and Japan, talks up the company’s growth strategy and how it is retaining customers amid rivals nipping at its heels

  • September 16, 2022 16 Sep'22

    How an architecture graduate became a coder

    Back-end engineer Yang Lyu couldn’t find a job as an architect after graduation and ended up as a software developer after discovering her flair for coding

  • September 05, 2022 05 Sep'22

    VMware doubles down on cloud in ASEAN

    Paul Simos, VMware’s managing director and vice-president for Southeast Asia and Korea, dives deeper into the company’s cloud strategy for the region

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