Containers have changed the way applications are packaged and deployed. Not only are they efficient from an infrastructure utilization perspective, but they also provide strong isolation between processes on the same host. While registering for VMworld I came across a lot of sessions around Kubernetes (and cloud-native apps in general) so I thought it would make sense to bring on some of these presenters to help me understand the value of running these next-gen apps on vSphere. This week on the Virtually Speaking Podcast we welcome back some of our good friends Cormac Hogan and Frank Denneman. After holding court on our Pivotal Container Service episode a few weeks back we were pleased to welcome Myles Gray back to join the discussion.
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