The Fellowship Of Containers, an Emerging Developers’ Community
In recent years, we have seen container adoption continue to grow as more and more organizations look to transition away from virtual machines to microservices-based architectures. Containers provide increased efficiency, portability, and scalability. Today, orchestration platforms like Docker and Kubernetes are some of the most widely adopted technologies because of the central role they play in developing with containers.
Compared to virtual machines, containers have a smaller footprint which means a smaller attack surface. They also provide an additional layer of security through their ability to isolate applications. However, this doesn’t mean that your containerized environment is not susceptible to malicious attacks between containers or within the shared resources of the underlying host.
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