Today we are pleased to announce another community release for docker support (version 3). As part of this enhancement now applying the patch and upgrade from a previously created container using Docker Orchestration scripts provided by OpenText for TeamSite, LiveSite, and OpenDeploy. We support 16.2 and 16.3 containerization using provided automation scripts. This release marks our third release of docker support for TeamSite, LiveSite, and OpenDeploy.
Please join us on this journey and contribute by engaging on a special focus forum: TeamSite, LiveSite, and OpenDeploy - Docker. To obtain the automation for Docker, log in to MySupport, navigate to Product>OTDN>Web Content Management (TeamSite)>TeamSite, LiveSite, OpenDeploy> Docker Automation>16.3 or Product>OTDN>Web Content Management (TeamSite)>TeamSite, LiveSite, OpenDeploy> Docker Automation>16.2.”
How is Docker different from a normal virtual machine?
I keep rereading the Docker documentation to try to understand the difference between Docker and a full VM. How does it manage to provide a full filesystem, isolated networking environment, etc. without being as heavy?
Why is deploying software to a docker image (if that's the right term) easier than simply deploying to a consistent production environment?