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Docker has become more and more popular in recent years and has now essentially become the industry standard for containerisation – be it via docker-compose or Kubernetes. The term ‘Docker’ is even often used synonymously for containers. When creating Dockerfiles, there are certain aspects that need to be considered. In this blog post, we’ll show you some strategies with which to create slim Docker images.
We’ve had another think about how to make the running of Django applications more Cloud Native and ready for Kubernetes. The result was Django-Hurricane which we’d like to introduce in this blog post and which we will make available as an open-source project.
‘Kubernetes development’ aka ‘development of containerised microservices in a local Kubernetes cluster’ means that applications are designed and developed for a Kubernetes architecture – i. e. a developer works with a Kubernetes architecture locally. In this blog post, we’ll show you how we accomplish this task.
We are pushing the development in the areas of Django and Kubernetes with our open-source project Django-Hurricane. Today, we’d like to show you some new features.
We’ve noticed an increasing interest in Kubernetes (K8s) when speaking to techies and even more so when speaking to our clients. So in this blog article, we’re asking the question of what managed and unmanaged Kubernetes actually is.