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I can answer the 2nd point: Docker is most suited in a micro service based architecture when the application runs inside the containers but the storage or any other live sessions are maintained in shared RAM or the database. Basically you just should not store anything inside the docker container. There are many reasons to it: Consider upgrade: Someone ...


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I think the solution comes down to a broad spectrum of approaches that ensures data protection: Data Classification: The most efficient technical strategy is to categorise the data at the point of creation rigorously. At its core, the developers are responsible for ensuring that all logged information is assigned a category. Categorization can, for example,...


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"Enforcing" means lawyers going after possible culprits. Frankly, in my opinion (and those of some folks around me which are more a mix between IT-guy and lawyer), nobody knows how that will work out exactly. Those iLawyers expect a lot of very interesting court cases in the first months to tests out the water, and see what precedence cases are going to ...


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