Containers - What Are They Good For? Build Environments?
In the last post, I looked at how containers could make local development easier for our typical projects, and mainly found they work well for dependencies. Next up, I wanted to see if they could make our continuous integration server "better". Better, as in, faster, more reliable, more deterministic. But first, let's review our typical environment: We have Continuous Integration servers running either on premise (with TFS, Jenkins, TeamCity) or [Read More]