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I’m finally beginning to delve into containers on Linux, after many years of assuming (since 2014) that containerization would be just another bygone, short-lived trend in IT history. This was such poor judgement on my part. I’m starting off with Podman outright.

I do wish introduction articles and other related content pertaining to containerization and orchestration (Kubernetes) were explained in plain English. I know I’ll eventually understand this particular technical jargon that some DevOps people have zealously published online thus far.


#5pessxa
In-reply-to > I'm finally beginning to delve into containers on Linux, after many years of assuming (since 2014) that containerization would be just another bygone, short-lived trend in IT history. This was such poor judgement on my part. I'm starting off with Podman outright.

@stutteringsteve I stepped out of IT from 2013 to 2019 to do care work. I’m now pretty much full-time devops. I feel your pain: what the hell happened?! 😂


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In-reply-to > I'm finally beginning to delve into containers on Linux, after many years of assuming (since 2014) that containerization would be just another bygone, short-lived trend in IT history. This was such poor judgement on my part. I'm starting off with Podman outright.

@stutteringsteve that was my thought too! “Pfft containers, VMs will still be champion” is still technically true. But running up a docker instance of something by just simply writing a text-file is just something eerily magical.

I’d recommend checking out Proxmox. That was my first introduction to containers a few years back. Now I use portainer for all my stuff and considering using… gasp… RancherOS 😂


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