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TypeScript Microservices by Parth Ghiya

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Docker and the world of containers 

Virtualization is one of the biggest trends right now in DevOps. Virtualization enables us to share hardware across various software instances. Just like microservices supports isolation, Docker provides resources isolation by creating containers. Using a Docker container for microservices makes it possible to package the entire service along with its dependencies within a container and run it on any server. Wow! Gone are the days of installing software in each environment. Docker is an open source project used to pack, ship, and run any application as a lightweight container without much hassle to install everything on a new environment again. Docker containers are both platform and hardware agnostic, ...

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