[SR-Users] Are there any good arguments (except political ones) for not using Kamailio within Docker?
miconda at gmail.com
Wed Sep 17 09:25:45 CEST 2014
I haven't played with such setup yet, but it's somewhere on my list for
Christmas wishes (well, the time for it)... so I am interested in seeing
this discussion elaborated more.
I noticed various results when searching web for kamailio+docker. A
dockfile by Victor Seva is available at:
Regarding your last question, kamailio dealing with signaling should not
expose any troubles in any kind of containers of virtual machines.
On 16/09/14 08:37, davy van de moere wrote:
> I've been loving OpenVZ for a multitude of deployments in the last 24
> months, but recently I stumbled over Docker, and I really like it!
> It's simplicity is very appealing. I was trying to find good reasons
> not to use Docker in production environments.
> So far I couldn't get any further than that it's pretty new, and that
> it is not having a great reputation in resource allocation. On a first
> check I think OpenVZ is also much more flexible in it's networking,
> but that might be my lack of understanding of Docker.
> Typically I have my setups mixed with Postgres/Mysql and Freeswitch.
> As such the question, any good reason not to use Docker?
> Davy Van De Moere
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