Creating Containerized Applications with vSphere Integrated Containers Engine
The topics in this section provides guidelines for container developers who want to use vSphere Integrated Containers Engine to develop and deploy a containerized application.
vSphere Integrated Containers is designed to help you get the best out of your vSphere infrastucture by adding a container consumption model to it. That means that you can consume vSphere networks, storage and compute in a way that's familiar, autonomous, scriptable, opinionated and portable. There are significant benefits to this approach and also limits to what you can do.
This section will help you to understand the considerations, benefits and limits to putting containers into production with vSphere Integrated Containers Engine. It includes plenty of examples of common deployment scenarios, including using Docker Compose.