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QuickTips #5 - Docker

On this QuickTips, we want to talk about the next datacenter evolution: Docker Containers. Yes, JD Edwards runs as Docker Containers and that means a lot for its evolution. Containers can give a more dynamic usage to EnterpriseOne, from high-available configurations, to hot-upgrades. Processes that took in the past days or weeks, now with Docker you can do in matter of hours - if not minutes. To start though, we recommend using it as sandbox and disposable environments. You can quickly preserve an instance, so whenever you need to refresh your environment, you can do in minutes and start again. This is very useful for testing and upgrades. Contact us if you want to see a JD Edwards environment running on Docker Containers.


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