Containers for Dummies

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CHAPTER 9 Ten Reasons to Go with Docker and HPE 67 These materials are © 2017 John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Any dissemination, distribution, or unauthorized use is strictly prohibited. • HPE partners, such as MicroFocus (HPE software merger) offers a broad set of tools that help customer design, debug, and test container applications. • HPE hyperconverged and ProLiant platforms with its ease of use and superior scalability are great choices to host container DevOps projects. » Production Deployment • HPE offers a one-stop shop for customers looking to procure Docker licenses and enterprise-level support for its Docker production environment. HPE provides a "single throat to choke" for the Docker stack with level-one and -two support at a worldwide level. • HPE offers a broad choice of platforms to run all types of container use cases ranging from ProLiant for CaaS, Hyperconverged for DevOps, and Synergy for container and mix workload deployment at scale. • HPE is working closely with Docker to accelerate the deployment of Docker on HPE platforms using OneView integration and Synergy Image Streamer technology. Customers will be able to automate and quickly spin up their Docker clusters on HPE in minutes. • HPE offers a native Docker volume plug-in for HPE 3PAR StoreServ arrays and StoreVirtual Storage. This plug-in is fully supported by all Docker tools and enables the use of unified, flash-optimized HPE 3PAR StoreServ arrays or StoreVirtual software-defined storage as the underlying storage for bare-metal container deployments using Docker. • HPE Distributed Cloud Networking (DCN) overcomes manual IT provisioning by automating physical and virtual multitenant network infrastructure provisioning with application and cloud orchestration. • HPE FlexCapacity service for containers offers customers a "pay as you grow" resource consumption model to help customers optimize their CAPEX spend and provide standby on-demand compute and storage resources for their Docker clusters.

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