Capital Markets Face Learning Curve with Container Tech

Technology vendors have begun adopting Kubernetes and Docker to speed up application development and deployment at banks, but rethinking old ways will not be easy.

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Last year, two of its bank clients asked London-based data sharing and workflow automation specialist ipushpull if the vendor could deliver its application in containers.

Ipushpull has always used multiple means of deploying its platform or services; for example, as a self-contained virtual machine or a scripted deployment onto a client machine. But these deployments—which David Jones, CTO and co-founder at ipushpull, describes as an “enormous headache” and “extremely time-consuming”—often have

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