Writing Dockerfiles is not a hard task. You can quickly dockerize a service and deploy it. While this is great, it can lead to some inefficient and bloated images. The talk aims to show a handful of best practices when writing Dockerfiles which lead to smaller images. This in turns speeds up deployments (specifically on cluster nodes) and provides a smaller footprint for vulnerabilities as well. Here are some of the things I’ll cover:
This will include a quick live demonstration by reducing a bloated image from 700+MB to a single digit MB.
Nerd. I like computers, games, pop culture and everything else nerdy. I'm working as a Site Reliability Engineer at Adobe. I spend most of my time staring at terminals and writing some Python/Go. I'm no expert but I like to enthuse about containers, orchestration, the internet, home-labs..what have you.