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From "Brad Johnson" <bradj...@redhat.com>
Subject RE: Levels of Containerization - focus on Docker and Karaf
Date Wed, 11 Jan 2017 21:18:10 GMT
So I don't know enough about Docker internals/configuration requirements but
I have a question. Is installing a JRE in each Docker container the common
practice as opposed to some mechanism for sharing it? The JRE alone is
180MB. 

This might be a quibble but I'm not sure I'd characterize Karaf as an
application server. Depends on your audience I think.

Brad

-----Original Message-----
From: CodeCola [mailto:prasenjit@rogers.com] 
Sent: Wednesday, January 11, 2017 2:07 PM
To: user@karaf.apache.org
Subject: Levels of Containerization - focus on Docker and Karaf

Not a question but a request for comments. With a focus on Java.

Container technology has traditionally been messy with dependencies and no
easy failsafe way until Docker came along to really pack ALL dependencies
(including the JVM) together in one ready-to-ship image that was faster,
more comfortable, and easier to understand than other container and code
shipping methods out there. The spectrum from (Classical) Java EE Containers
(e.g. Tomcat, Jetty) --> Java Application Servers that are containerized
(Karaf, Wildfly, etc), Application Delivery Containers (Docker) and
Virtualization (VMWare, Hyper-V) etc. offers a different level of isolation
with different goals (abstraction, isolation and delivery).

What are the choices, how should they play together, should they be used in
conjunction with each other as they offer different kinds of
Containerization?

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