Topic: containers

The container wars are heating up

2015 was expected to be the year Linux containers went mainstream, and not even a month into it the two largest independent companies working on containerization are making announcements at roughly the same time. Docker today announced the creation of three leadership roles for the Docker open-source project, and CoreOs announced the update of its … continue reading

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Docker releases first commercial product

After two years of gathering hype and bringing attention to long-neglected Linux containers, Docker announced today in Amsterdam that it will offer Docker Hub Enterprise, its first commercial product offering, in February of 2015. Docker Hub Enterprise is an on-site version of the company’s popular online repository for Docker images. That repository currently weighs in … continue reading

SD Times Blog: CoreOS talks Rocket science

By now, you’ve heard about Rocket, CoreOS’ new container runtime for Linux. What you may not have gotten from the blog post is the depth to which this will change the container landscape if it becomes successful. Right now, Rocket is the only aspect of this stack that really exists, and it’s just the runtime. … continue reading

Amazon introduces Lambda, Containers at AWS re:Invent

At its re:Invent conference this week, Amazon announced two new services for its Amazon Web Services cloud. The first, AWS Lambda, is a compute service designed around event-based computing. The second, EC2 Container Service, is a container management service that supports Docker. Werner Vogels, CTO of Amazon, introduced Lambda at the conference. “The focus here … continue reading

Microsoft partners with Docker on container technology

Docker is teaming up with Microsoft to bring its open container technology to the next release of Windows Server. The move enables Docker applications to move beyond Linux, opening the platform to new enterprise and cloud capabilities with Windows Server and Microsoft Azure integration. Microsoft Open Technologies has made a simplified setup of the original … continue reading

How Red Hat and the open-source community are fortifying Docker

As Docker has exploded in popularity, so too has the open-source community around it. Now, as more and more large enterprise software companies jump on the Docker bandwagon, the community is tackling some of the larger issues behind the emerging technology, namely container security. One of the big names driving security improvements in Docker container … continue reading

Microsoft Azure now supports Google’s Kubernetes

It’s been almost two month since Microsoft announced plans to work with Google and Docker to bring support for Kubernetes to its Azure platform, and today the company is following through on those plans. Microsoft has announced that Azure developers can now use Kubernetes to manage their Docker containers. “The Microsoft Open Technologies, Inc. engineering … continue reading

Docker 1.2 released with restart policies

Docker 1.2 has been released, adding restart policies and improvements to Docker Engine, Docker Hub and Docker documentation. (Related: Docker does deployment reconstruction) Docker core engineer Victor Vieux announced the release in a blog post detailing the latest updates and improvements to the application container solution. The most significant new feature is restart policies, which … continue reading

Chef expands abilities around Containers

Chef Software today announced a number of improvements to the configuration management software of the same name. Top on the list of updates is the inclusion of support for Docker. Over the course of the past year, the platform has expanded its capabilities around Linux Containers, and today, Chef now supports the building and deploying … continue reading

Docker 1.0 released as enterprises support Linux containers

At DockerCon, Red Hat releases Enterprise Linux 7, and a host of new vendors line up to support of movement … continue reading

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