Nowadays, containers are more than a cool new tool to play with - they've revolutionized the way we develop, architect and ship software and have become part of our day-to-day operations.
On the other hand, Java has been around for more than 2 decades, dominating the entreprise world. Both advocate the "RUN anywhere" principal, but, is it that easy? No! Your perfect working local container will most probably fail on production because of MEMORY &/or CPU issues, since jvm apps assume they OWN the server they are running on.
This session will look at the gotchas of running JVM apps in containers & how to avoid costly pitfalls.
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Mohammed is a community catalyst and a true open source believer and has contributed to various open source projects. He has helped to build many IT communities in Morocco and he currently works at Xhub, a DevOps software company as Head of Engineering.
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