Modernize Your Workload Landscape Through Containerization

Modernize Your Workload Landscape Through Containerization

By 2023, 70% of organizations will effectively run two or more containerized applications.

Containerization is the concept of packaging all the necessary components into a single container that runs on any isolated user space on a shared operating model. It provides a standard method for packaging code, runtime, system tools, libraries and configuration into a single package enabling the application to be portable and run successfully across various platforms and infrastructures.

Enterprise advantages through containerization

  1. Seamlessly manage diverse code bases
  2. Facilitate code sharing across varied systems
  3. Enable code compatibility in various runtime environments
  4. Strengthen security measures
  5. Streamline version control

5 Common Use Cases

Knowing the benefits of containerization is vital, but understanding real-world use cases lets you to put that knowledge to use. Here are a few popular containerization use cases:

1. Microservices: A microservices architecture is based on the idea of numerous tiny, independent, and loosely linked services collaborating. Containers have become the de facto standard for deploying microservices because they are an excellent way to deploy separated units of code.

2. Support CI/CD: APIs simplify container control, making them ideal for automation and CI/CD pipelines, enhancing efficiency and deployment speed.

3. Build modern cloud architectures: Organizations use containers to migrate existing applications into more modern environments to reap better benefits.

4. Multi-cloud deployment: Since containers are portable in nature, they can be easily moved from one cloud ecosystem to another or from on-promise to cloud. Hence containers are more suitable for multi-cloud deployments.

5. Supports multi-tenancy: Given that containers are compact packages containing several software programes, they are more suited to multi-tenancy architectures, in which a single instance serves numerous customers.

Rapyder – Your containerization partner

Rapyder believes in container technology and is working on proven tools and technologies to deploy containers with full application lifecycle management.

Rapyder Cloud Container Service’s primary features include networking, storage, scheduling, routing, monitoring, high availability, resource management, and cluster management. It can be used to deploy containerized applications with great performance and increased security.

Accelerate your containerized workloads wherever they are deployed. Rapyder delivers comprehensive data management solutions, whether on-premises or in the cloud.

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