Host legacy application in Docker 2 of 2

My previous notes include some tricks in hosting legacy application in docker. This is a continuation from that work, after 1.5 months… Use Case I decided to use docker to host application for a good reason, and let me start with what this Java-based application does as a single process. When it is up it … Read moreHost legacy application in Docker 2 of 2

Host legacy application in Docker 1 of 2

This is my notes from containerizing a legacy application with Docker compose. We have to run multiple instances of our application because we’re unable to secure additional VMs for this single-VM education environment. The application is target of containerization, because it requires mass reconfiguration (around TCP port) to run multiple instances of the application. We … Read moreHost legacy application in Docker 1 of 2

Virtualization 3 of 4 – Containers

In broad terms, virtualization of computing resource is about isolation of resources at different levels. We have covered hypervisor-based virtualization in the other post. In this article, we continue to dive into OS level virtualization. Remember again that the gist of virtualization is isolation of resource. To support OS level virtualization, the OS must have … Read moreVirtualization 3 of 4 – Containers

Virtualization 1 of 4 – Hypervisor

In broad terms, virtualization of computing resource is about isolation of resources, at different levels. There are five levels of virtualization: Application level, such as JVM, .NET CLR Library (user-level API) level Operating system level, such as LXC, Docker, OpenVZ Hardware abstraction layer (HAL) level, such as VMware, Xen, etc Instruction set architecture (ISA) level … Read moreVirtualization 1 of 4 – Hypervisor