Containerization allows our development teams to move fast, deploy software efficiently, and operate at an unprecedented scale.

Containerization provides a clean separation of concerns, as developers focus on their application logic and dependencies, while IT operations teams can focus on deployment and management without bothering with application details such as specific software versions and configurations specific to the app.

Like virtual machines, containers allow you to package your application together with libraries and other dependencies, providing isolated environments for running your software services. But containers offer a far more lightweight unit for developers and IT Ops teams to work with, carrying a myriad of benefits.

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NGINX Unit is dynamically configured using a REST API

There is no static configuration file. All configuration changes happen directly in memory. Configuration changes take effect without requir...