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Bibhuti Bhusan said...

Hey.
Thank you for your article. I liked it.
Could you please elaborate how Docker may be used in QA / test environment?

Regards,
Bibhuti

Tim... said...

Hi.

You can use the same images through Dev, Test, QA and Production, which guarantees what you have tested is what goes live. Without this, there is always a possibility the environments don't match. Also, you can build containers just for the QA, then get rid of them.

Cheers

Tim...

Peter Tran said...

Great write up...We're using Docker for DEV/TEST/QA. It's really handy and quick to start/stop a Docker container. It isolates a lot of Oracle's complexity from developers. I'm glad Oracle finally released an updated Oracle XE version.

Keep up the great work!

Ging Zabala said...

I've been studying Kubernetes / Docker while preparing for Google Certification and coming from DBA background, I agree that studying containers would make DBAs feel uncomfortable at first. I've watched several videos and have read documentations; but I can say from an DBA perspective, this is the best that I've read so far.

Thanks! Will definitely share this to my colleagues!

Tim... said...

Hi.

Thanks for the support. :)

Cheers

Tim...

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