Container Empowerment On AWS

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AWS FH Whitepaper

There are many reasons behind the increasing popularity of container technologies. Docker’s open-sourced Docker Engine launched in 2013, helping bring containers to a critical mass. According to a recent survey by Datamation, 31% of enterprises are now using container technologies, while an additional 29% are planning on using containers.

Here are some of the benefits of implementing containers:

  • Containers lower application development overhead when compared with traditional virtual machine environments based on hardware.
  • Containers offer better portability, by enabling application deployment across different OSes and hardware platforms.
  • Containers enable DevOps teams to achieve consistency—aiding in faster application deployment, patching and scaling.
  • More importantly, containers support DevOps and Agile principles toward better and more optimized development of applications.

Containers are lightweight infrastructure components which allow applications to be deployed easily—making them a perfect infrastructure technology for enabling microservices application architecture.

Foghorn’s experienced engineers can help transform your container security experience, enabling safe, compliant architectures that meet DevOps promises.

In our Whitepaper, “Container Empowerment on AWS,” we guide readers through the benefits of containers for organizations practicing an agile approach.

AWS FH Whitepaper

Container Empowerment on AWS

Harnessing the power of containers to transform application deployment and performance on AWS

We are also proud to announce the release of our new service offering, Containerized Application Platform Accelerator, a fast, easy way to test drive your containerized application on public cloud.

Have more questions? Want to get more detail about how this platform could be a game-changer for your unique business? Contact us here. We’d love to chat.

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