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Container-based applications in our data and mobile-driven world.

Demands from, and for mobility, in terms IT resources, content, technologies, services and applications are more and more explosive.
To meet this explosive demands and requirements, Docker and other lightweight Linux containers can represent a great opportunity for organizations looking to: ·Build a new generation of constantly evolving distributed applications, ·Allocate appropriate resources to each container, schedule container placement, and monitor deployed containers. 
Container-based applications also mean: programmatic control and flexibility; easily launch a cluster of containers; specify the tasks you want to run; find the optimal instance placement based on the application’s needs, a customer’s isolation policies, and the customer’s availability requirements. 
Container-based applications also mean: securely, build, run and scale your applications. It means scalable, open source distributed applications shared across the entire development community, or shared privately within a…

The EC2 Container Service at Amazon Web Services.

Henceforth, in our mobile-driven world, we talk about constantly evolving distributed applications; we talk about growing demand, productivity, performance, security and flexible applications. In this context, container-based applications bring convenience and speed enterprises and developers need to build, run and scale their critical applications in real-time an anywhere. Thank you to Amazon Web Services, who integrates henceforth the Amazon EC2Container Service, with the goal to make it easy to run and manage, distributed applications using containers on AWS., soon #Retinknow recalls that, the EC2 Container Service supports Docker, and henceforth you can start, stop, and manage thousands of containers in seconds.