Tag: docker

Total 2 Posts
kubernetes, docker, arm

Running Java Apps on Kubernetes ARM Nodes

This article is originally posted on the Faire’s technical blog - The Craft. Major cloud providers like Amazon are betting on custom-built ARM processors. Amazon built the first version of the Graviton processor in 2018. Two years later, they introduced a new version, Graviton2, with some significant improvements and a 40% better price/performance over comparable x86-based instances. Those are big numbers. Also, you probably heard about Apple's M1 ARM-based SoC and how good it is. Soon, likely all ...

docker, tips

Stopping Docker Containers Gracefully

This is a post from my old blog, originally written in 2015. The old blog is gone, and I decided to repost it here to redirect old links. The content is just slightly adjusted. I started to work with Docker containers seven years ago. I made my first Docker playground with a bunch of different images. As I began to work on enterprise-level applications deployment, I found out that there were a lot of things I was doing wrong. One ...