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Containers were cool. No config, single deploy, etc.

But now I have to configure many yaml files, launch config and build script that do god knows what to databases and other config scripts hidden inside the container.

Some projects are really cool and easy to install while others are just pile of hacks.

Stateless services are all nice and dandy, and all the marketing you'll see is about stateless services. The trouble starts when you:

- run a stateful service that's not explicitly designed to work well in a distributed fashion.

- have services that need to be started in a precise order.

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