What is Containerized Middleware ?

Background

Objective

Containerized Middleware Overview

Layered representation of the
Containerized and Traditional middleware Deployment
  1. Store or retrieve application data (database functions) for example MySQL, IBM DB2, MongoDB etc.

Differences between Containerized and Traditional m/w deployment

  • Private repository for example IBM Red Hat. Individual organization can have their own images stored on a private container registry e.g. Red Hat Quay.
  • Public repository e.g. Docker Hub, Bitnami

Conclusion

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