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Containers as Bacteria and Other Docker Trends

BY SUSAN HALL ActiveState’s Bernard Golden recently suggested that in the pets vs. cattle discussion,containers must be chickens — gaining maturity faster and more efficiently. But New Relic suggests they might more accurately be considered bacteria. From data collected from more than 300 New Relic customers using its private beta Docker-monitoring service — using an aggregate […]

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Docker Popularity Spawns Need for Container Monitoring

By Sean Michael Kerner The open-source Docker application container virtualization technology is becoming increasingly popular, spawning a need for distributed monitoring capabilities. To help organizations understand what tools are available for container monitoring, Docker last week announced a new Ecosystem Technology Partner (ETP) program that is starting off with six vendors that have integrated with […]

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New Relic Releases Docker Microservices Monitoring

By CLARE HOPPING New Relic has announced support for Docker containers and microservices monitoring to boost its enterprise presence. Docker monitoring means enterprises are able to better track containers and get better visibility on the performance of their full range of containers. Patrick Lightbody, vice president of product management at New Relic said: “The proliferation of microservices […]

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