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Securing Containers without the Need for Virtualization Technology

Triton's cloud platforms offer intriguing tech that can run containers on bare metal servers with a high degree of application isolation -- and without using virtualization technology.


Tags: virtualization, server virtualization, Triton, containers, virtually speaking, docker, orchestration, CoreOS, container security, virtualized infrastructure, containerization

Twistlock Emerges to Strengthen the Security of Containers

While security remains a potential cause for concern to container users, companies like Twistlock have started stepping in to address the containerization security conundrum.


Tags: server virtualization, VMware, containers, virtually speaking, docker, container security, virtualized infrastructure, containerization, Twistlock

Docker 1.7 Debuts with Experimental SDN

The Docker platform gets updated as Docker Inc introduces new commercial support.


Tags: virtualization, containers, SDN, Software-Defined Networking, docker, containerization, Docker Inc., Docker 1.7

VMware Doubles Down on Docker Integration with Project Bonneville

VMware brings Docker deeper into ESX with newly announced AppCatalyst and Project Bonneville.


Tags: VMware, containers, docker, VMware ESX, containerization, VMware Docker

Docker Rivals Join Together in Open Container Effort

The Linux Foundation is now home to new Open Container Project, bringing Docker, CoreOS and others together to advance open-source containers for all.


Tags: Linux Foundation, containers, docker, CoreOS, Open Container Project

Rancher Doubles Down on Docker for App Virtualization Deployment [VIDEO]

Shannon Williams, co-founder of Rancher Labs, discusses why Docker is likely to remain the application container virtualization technology of choice.


Tags: virtualization, Linux server, containers, Linux distribution, docker, containerization, Rocket, Docker Inc., Rancher Labs

CoreOS Catching Up to Docker in Containerization Race?

While Docker's lead in the container space has looked unstoppable up to now, CoreOS has been taking key steps to narrow the gap, including its new commercial Tectonic offering.


Tags: virtualization, containers, virtually speaking, docker, orchestration, CoreOS, virtualized infrastructure, containerization, CoreOS Linux, tectonic

VMware Looking to Capitalize on the Containerization Opportunity

The server virtualization company has been taking the initial key steps in ensuring its customers can use containers safely within the embrace of the VMware ecosystem.






Tags: virtualization, server virtualization, VMware, VMware vSphere, containers, virtually speaking, docker, orchestration, CoreOS, virtualized infrastructure, containerization, CoreOS Linux, VMware vSphere 6

OpenStack Making Progress, but Manageability Remains a Concern

NEWS ANALYSIS: OpenStack is being widely deployed for enterprise cloud projects, but even its biggest advocates say the community must make the platform more manageable.


Tags: cloud computing, Amazon, cloud deployment, eBay, private cloud, KVM, platform as a service, PayPal, PaaS, OpenStack, containers, cloud applications, Open vSwitch, OpenStack Summit, docker, Kubernetes, Magnum, Storm Ventures

Intel Works with CoreOS for Tectonic Container Server

Intel throws its weight behind CoreOS effort for containers.


Tags: Intel, containers, docker, CoreOS, Rocket containers, CoreOS Linux, Rocket, CoreOS Rocket, tectonic, CoreOS Fest

CoreOS Advances Application Container Specification Effort

Apcera, Google, Red Hat and VMware are supporting CoreOS' application container specification effort, which extends the reach of containers beyond Docker.


Tags: Google, Red Hat, VMware, containers, docker, CoreOS, Apcera, application container specifications

What's Behind VMware's Better Together Support for Containerization?

While VMware's endorsement of containerization could be a case of keeping its friends close but its enemies closer, there's also potential for real symbiosis behind the surprising strategy.








Tags: virtualization, server virtualization, VMware, VMware vSphere, containers, virtually speaking, docker, orchestration, CoreOS, virtualized infrastructure, containerization, CoreOS Linux, VMware vSphere 6

VMware Unveils Forthcoming Container 'Cradles' for vSphere

Cloud-native apps can handle redundancies that may have depended on the infrastructure to do before, and they are autonomic in nature.


Tags: RSA Conference, containers, VMWare,desktop,software,virtualization

VMware Launches Lightwave and Photon for Linux Containers

New container identity and access management technology debuts alongside new purpose-built container Linux operating system.


Tags: Linux, virtualization, VMware, identity management, containers, docker, access management, containerization

Docker, Boasting 'Amazing Traction,' Tops $150M in Funding

Docker's CEO explains why the open-source Docker container technology is taking off, and why he's raising more money.


Tags: open source, Amazon, Microsoft, IBM, VMware, Goldman Sachs, application virtualization, containers, virtual machines, Docker Containers

Docker on a Spending Spree to Strengthen Security and Orchestration

What began as a "simple" application, containerization is evolving to incorporate management, orchestration, networking, clouds and then... who knows?








Tags: virtualization, server virtualization, containers, virtually speaking, docker, orchestration, containerization

Fedora 21 Retools Linux for Servers

The first release of Red Hat's community Linux project in 2014 provides server, cloud and workstation-focused products.


Tags: Linux, Fedora, servers, Linux server, containers, Fedora 21, containerization

Linux Container Adoption Set to Grow Rapidly

Linux Foundation's 2014 end user report shows continued growth of Linux servers in the cloud, though concerns over skilled staffing remain.


Tags: Linux, virtualization, Linux Foundation, containers, Docker Containers, Linux servers

Red Hat Expands OpenShift PaaS and Container Efforts

OpenShift 2.2, xPaaS and Red Hat Atomic Host beta make their debuts this week.




Tags: Red Hat, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, PaaS, containers, OpenShift, docker, OpenShift Enterprise 2, Docker Containers, Red Hat Atomic Host

Cisco Gets Into Containerized Data Centers

An entire data center -- all in one big box. With its latest offering, Cisco enters the container data center biz.
Tags: data center management, Cisco, containers

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