Containers for Dummies

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CHAPTER 3 The Impact of Containers 17 These materials are © 2017 John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Any dissemination, distribution, or unauthorized use is strictly prohibited. The Impact of Containers E very new technology has some kind of impact on IT and the organization. Sometimes that impact is good and sometimes it's, well, not so good. In the case of containers, however, things are pretty positive. In this chapter, I show you what you and the other people in your organization can expect as a part of your containers deployment. Understanding the combination of simplicity and complexity that comes with containers is important. You need to plan upfront and begin to ensure that your staff have all the skills and knowledge they need around containers. In the meantime, and if you're not able to get the expertise in-house, consider working with a part- ner such as HPE to accelerate your container deployment. The Impact on IT Staff Fact: Container adoption at the product level won't directly impact IT staff all that much. Such adoption simply changes the tools they're using, but in many organizations, that happens frequently anyway. After all, the one constant in the world of technology is that there is no such thing as a constant. Everything changes. Chapter 3 IN THIS CHAPTER » Paying attention to the people side of containers » Understanding how containers may impact your processes » Seeing how containers affects your underlying technology

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