Pino is a logging framework for node that promises “Very low overhead”. This article explains how to use it inside a docker container.
Running your code in docker can give you reproducibility and guarantee that your code does not depend on your working environment. Getting it to run just right with tests and a small image size is however fairly complicated. This article explains how to do it with sample code.
In January 2017, Amazon rolled out support for IPv6 in a large number of regions. This means that you can now use IPv6 when you deploy your servers on ec2.
Data containers is the recommended solution for storing persistent data in docker. This article explains how to build a minimalistic data container.