Relationship between snaps and containers, if any

Mark Shuttleworth mark at
Thu Jan 26 13:12:28 UTC 2017

Well, from an *external* point of view, all the docker mysql processes
are the same, on the same port, just with different IP addresses. That's
the very nice property of docker for "hyper-elastic" workloads. I don't
think snaps will be useful in that context, unless snaps find a way to
live inside docker containers, but that's OK since snaps are useful in
other contexts.


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