back to article Container adoption still low, barks Cloud Foundation

It's no secret that switching to containers is difficult. According to some IT pros contacted by containerization tech firm Cloud Foundry [PDF], it's so difficult that their adoption is still dragging in the enterprise sector. The benefits of packing software and services inside of containers are clear: your code becomes much …

  1. K

    Containers are not difficult, they just have limited uses and people are sick of the hyperbole..

    1. Nate Amsden Silver badge

      Difficulty is relative of course. One issue that blocks further adoption of some docker containers stuff apparently nfs doesn't work well (or at all?).

      I deployed LXC containers 2 and a half years ago in production and they work great. The deployment model isn't remotely what these folks would consider containers though.

    2. Anonymous Coward
      Anonymous Coward

      Works just fine here on Server 2016. The benefits seem marginal versus the effort involved though...

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