Docker experts talk about the good, the bad, and the ugly of the ubiquitous application container system

No question about it: Docker’s app container system has made its mark and become a staple in many IT environments. With its accelerating adoption, it’s bound to stick around for a good long time.

But there’s no end to the debate about what Docker’s best for, where it falls short, or how to most sensibly move it forward without alienating its existing users or damaging its utility. Here, we’ve turned to a few of the folks who have made Docker their business to get their takes on Docker’s good, bad, and ugly sides.