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Containers: all you need to know (AND AVOID)

By Vitor Calil Silva on 09-02-2021 14:00

Everyone is talking about containers and app modernisation, right? It’s not just because it’s a trend but is actually a big improvement for DevOps team on how to work and how to optimize their time and experience on a project.

So, in this article you’ll find out more about containers, containerisation, app modernisation, an example of a solution for your business and more.

What are Containers after all?

Containers are self-contained apps that provide a standard way to package your application's code, configurations, and dependencies into a single object.

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Why choose Open Source?

By João Dias on 18-02-2019 17:58

Considered as an amazing software, Open Source code has many reasons to be used. You might consider them to consuming, publishing, collaborating on, or supporting open source. There are several causes to choose Open Source. Mainly if your software needs to be updated. We are going to mention some reasons why you should choose this software.

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Interview about OpenShift with Celso Santos, Solutions Architect @ SYONE

By Celso Santos on 22-10-2018 17:56

How do you describe OpenShift?

We can define OpenShift as an application platform built for containers with Kubernetes. This platform provides an automate built, deployment and management of applications, to assure the possibility of keep writing the code for next ideas. OpenShift has the power to gather physical, virtual, private and public infrastructures and packaging all of them in a host. It’s a RedHat cloud development Platform that allows all users to create, test and run applications while they deploy them to the cloud. There are two types of RedHat applications/systems, the last one that I mention and a private cloud called OpenShift Enterprise.

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Where is the money in Open Source?

By Hugo Oliveira on 17-09-2018 17:55

Open source to most people might means free. A user sees a bug, they consult the community, a fix is offered, an update is made and the user keeps on using the software they downloaded for free in the first place. Yet Adobe brings in €6 billion a year and Canonical makes $100 million a year. Companies like Oracle have a firm commitment to open source projects and still have revenues exceeding $37 billion per year. So, if there is big money in open source software, where does it come from?

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