I managed to catch part of the MongoDB and Docker session.
Docker (www.docker.com) is an up and coming platform for building and deploying distributed apps in standardized environments that have a lower overhead than traditional VM deployments.
Use Docker to create Multiple MongoDB Replicas on a single host.
RedHat talking about using GearD to configure and run MongoDB instances.
Is Docker and Encapsulation or Packaging tool?
It is both – it allows you to containerize applications.
How does it compare with VMware’s vMotion?
SystemD and GearD provides the equivalence to vMotion.
In a micro-sharding example with multiple Docker containers across physical hosts.
You have to manage the networking aspects.
Atomic provides the tools to automate these networking examples.
Micro-sharding is happening in a lot of bare metal deployments.
Docker Containers allow you to get the containers closer to bare metal than running a server in a VM.
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