More articles by Paul Rubens

Microsoft in the Middle When It Comes to the Cloud

Microsoft's Azure Stack hybrid cloud offering has the potential to transform the way enterprises think about their data centers and Azure, but is it ready for prime time?

VMworld 2017 Showcases Server Virtualization Innovation from VMware

Even though it may now be part of the establishment, VMware hasn't gotten dull just yet, with new products and technologies introduced at VMworld 2017 proving the case.

Twistlock Continues to Tighten Container Security with Twistlock 2.1

Twistlock has been working hard to plug security gaps in container technology to help make it "enterprise ready."

CoreOS Controls Multi-Cloud Container Environments via Tectonic 1.7

Tectonic 1.7 adds support for Azure to go along with new alert monitoring capabilities and a preview of network policy control mechanisms.

LinuxKit Helps Extend Linux Container Functionality Beyond Linux

LinuxKit carries the potential to significantly shake things up in the containerization sector, but does it actually make containerized apps more secure?

Vector Sends Server Virtualization into Orbit

Server virtualization may have become fairly routine stuff down here on Earth, but there are still areas - like space - where it has only just begun to make an impact.

Canonical's Container-Visor a Sign of Virtualization's Evolution

The future of virtualization is likely to be some sort of hybrid container and virtual machine — "container machines" — that offer the best benefits of both.

Containers Are the Security With Polyverse

You don't hear much about companies using containers as the foundation of a security system, but that's exactly what Polyverse is doing.

VMware's Pulse Perfectly Timed for an Increasingly Internet of Things World

VMware has become a post-server virtualization company, and its new Pulse IoT Center product further proves that point.

VMware Surges Ahead in the Virtual SAN Sector with vSAN 6.6

VMware vSAN 6.6 makes its debut with significantly improved performance and a host of new features, including strengthened security and the vSphere Docker Volume Driver.

Security Shortcomings Remain Strong in the World of Virtualization

Virtual machines may be more secure than containers, but only by degree. And even wrapping containers in VMs won't guarantee security in today's world.

Microsoft and VMware Taking the Threat of 'Containerization Contamination' Seriously

The rise of Docker and containers have forced server virtualization heavyweights to respond and adapt, and while these changes may be challenging for companies like Microsoft and VMware, in the long run it's a very healthy situation for the rest of us.

Docker Enterprise Edition Arrives to Help Monetize Open-Source Docker

While making money from open-source software is not exactly a straightforward proposition, Docker is bringing several open-source business models to play with the debut of its Docker Enterprise Edition.

Container Self-Driving Technology Gets Turbo-Charged in Tectonic

CoreOS has never been short of chutzpah, and it's a trait that suits the company rather well, particularly as its products continue to evolve at a rapid rate.

Docker Seeking to Help Users Keep Their Secrets Secure

Docker is upping its security game with the introduction in Docker 1.13.1 of its own container-native secrets management system to manage -- not surprisingly -- secrets.

Can vCloud Air Compete Against Cloud Heavyweights AWS and Azure?

How can VMware's vCloud Air contend in the cloud scene when AWS and Azure are able to offer more for less?

vSphere 6.5 Seeks to Solve the Virtual Machine Encryption Conundrum

Encryption within a virtual machine has never really taken off due to the negative performance impact it inevitably has. Has VMware solved this performance dilemma in vSphere 6.5?

Why Kubernetes Is All-Conquering

It may not be the only horse in the container management system race, but Kubernetes sure appears to be rapidly pulling away from the rest of the competitors.

VMware's 'Friendship Strategy' Making Strides as It Launches vSphere 6.5

VMware's flagship server virtualization platform arrives as the company continues to make valuable friends amidst tackling the twin threats of containerization and the cloud.

Kubernetes 1.4 Aims to Address Complexity Concerns

While Kubernetes has earned a reputation as being particularly difficult to get up and running with as a container and cluster management system, Kubernetes 1.4 looks to change that in a big way.

Microsoft Bringing Security via Virtualization to Web Browsing

Who would have thought ten years ago that virtualization technology would move out of the data center and onto the desktop right inside Windows?

ZeroStack Serving Up Killer Enterprise Features for OpenStack Customers

ZeroStack has come a long way since its launch just over a year ago. But are its plans to make an OpenStack-based hybrid cloud product that's accessible to everyone working?

ClusterGX Brings Container Management to Big Data Apps

Containers have become increasingly popular for big data applications, and companies like Galactic Exchange are now emerging with tools to make those implementations considerably easier to set up and manage.

Security in the World of Virtual Machines and Containers

Running an app in a VM in a public cloud may indeed be more secure than running the same app in a container, but that doesn't always mean you can sleep well at night knowing your apps and data are secure.

Aqua to the Container Security Rescue?

The Israeli security startup believes it can not only deliver the security lacking in Docker, but also that there's an opportunity for containers to be made more secure than monolithic apps can ever be.

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