Tim Holloway wrote:I do embedded and I don't think of Docker as an embedded environment because normally the embedded system completely owns the hardware. Thus putting in a separate OS to run Docker - and Docker itself - seems like somewhat the opposite of embedding. Although I suppose if you have a really massive multi-function embedded system you might think differently.
Stephen Kuenzli wrote:
I believe the finest granularity you're going to get with standard image management tools is a layer with a single file.
Stephen Kuenzli wrote: The most popular form of are Docker images built from 'scratch' that contain a single executable.