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Welcome to our collection of containers articles. For a detailed explanation of containers, check out our what are Linux containers and what is Docker resource pages.

Kubeflow is an open source Kubernetes-native platform for developing, orchestrating, deploying, and running scalable and portable machine learning workloads.
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Testing resource limits and loads adds predictability and resiliency to your systems.
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Become a better container troubleshooter by using LXC to understand how they work.

Try out OKD, the community edition of the OpenShift container platform, with this tutorial.

Linkerd 2.0 is a composable service sidecar that provides instant observability and troubleshooting of containerized microservices.
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Podman uses a traditional fork/exec model (vs. a client/server model) for running containers.

Kuryr-Kubernetes provides networking for Kubernetes pods by using OpenStack Neutron and Octavia.

The use of containers supports the three pillars of DevOps practices: flow, feedback, and continual experimentation and learning.