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May 2 2017   8:42PM GMT

stateless app

Kaitlin Herbert Kaitlin Herbert Profile: Kaitlin Herbert

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Application containerization

A stateless app is an application program that does not save client data generated in one session for use in the next session with that client. Continued…

Quote of the Day

“Stateless apps can scale more gracefully in containers, which are a perfect fit for microservices.” – Beth Pariseau

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In Kubernetes, a replication controller scales containers horizontally, ensuring there are more or ________ containers to meet the overall application’s computing needs.
A. less
B. fewer
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