LXC Part 1: Containerization

At EST, containerization and Docker have become a useful solution to get the most out of hardware, setup and tear down environments seamlessly, keep developer machines clean, ensure deployment of and into any architecture, and yet still have all the utility of Linux.

With our own architecture for scalable deployment of applications within Git work flows, it's easy to see container patterns emerging from what appears to be a revolution in IT. Large-scale adoption of containerization might inspire/necessitate change to the Linux kernel itself!

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