Containers are essentially Lego bricks that you can do whatever you want with. They allow you to have a starting point for building something and then you can put whatever you want on top of that through some very simple tools and techniques.
- What is a container, actually? What can go inside?
- How containers can benefit everyday .NET developers
- The difference between Windows and Linux containers
- When to use one over the other
- Is an app inside of a container a microservice?
Containers, it turns out, are actually not a thing; they’re a collection of things—they exist on a spectrum between a physical box and a virtual machine, enabling you to build something semi-isolated that’s relatively small and fast. For developers working in the very cross-platform .NET, containers make sense from a global dependency and deployment standpoint, and they can be a powerful tool for projects related to enterprise architecture. Listen to find out more!
UPDATE: Jimmy recently took his topic to DevUp 2018, where he gave a captivating (if humble) talk to his audience. You can watch the live video presentation and slideshow in tandem over at InfoQ.com: