The Docker plugin for LucidLink makes it really easy to mount LucidLink Filespaces in Docker containers. As this is an alpha feature, if you need help setting this up please contact our support team.
The Docker plugin allows you request the volumes built on top of LucidLink Filespaces by name, and no matter what host the containers move to, they will still be able to access the same data. In general LucidLink can be quite useful in development workflows. This was the initial reason LucidLink was written -- to make it easier to share code bases across clouds, be it with developers or continuous integration tools.