On October 29th I gave a talk on container-native architecture at ContainerDays NYC.
From the programme:
Moving your application into a container and deploying it to production is a great first step towards taking advantage of containerization. This gets you past "works on my machine", and Docker makes this easy. But the real value of containers -- fast immutable deployments, maximizing resource utilization, and bare-metal performance -- comes from an architecture optimized for containers. This is container-native architecture.
Tim will explore the story of a real-world large scale production microservices deployment of Docker, and the challenges faced in both design and operations of migrating this kind of multi-faceted application to a container-native architecture.
You can find my slides here. I experimented with
reveal.js for these, so use
<space> to advance and
s to get the speaker's notes.
You can watch the talk on YouTube.