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The company unveils ThinOS 8.2 for greater UC support and a new appliance for Citrix environments that improves scalability and ease of use.
In the last several years, the hype surrounding containers has grown, but so has their usage. At the Tectonic Summit earlier this month, the focus wasn't on hype, but rather on real-world use-cases, as container technology enters mainstream IT. Tectonic is a commercial product built by CoreOS,...
The Linux Foundation collaborative project formalizes its governance structure for standardizing containers, though it doesn't answer all questions about container interoperability.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Experts agree that security is paramount when it comes to containers. Yet how to properly secure containers is still a matter of some debate.
The vendors reportedly are considering changes to a plan for Virtustream in hopes of improving investor confidence in Dell's $67 billion bid for EMC.
Few technologies are as hyped today as is the open-source Docker container ecosystem. At the the DockerCon EU conference in Barcelona, Spain, held Nov. 16-17, developers, users and vendors from around the world gathered to not only learn more about Docker, but to also demonstrate new technologies...
VIDEO: Docker Inc. CEO Ben Golub discusses his company's commercial aspirations and how it is turning pilot projects into serious revenue.
The new technology, unveiled DockerCon EU, provides enterprise deployment and management capabilities.
Docker Inc. founder Solomon Hykes explains how Docker container virtualization has become one of the hottest technologies on the planet.
ContainerX is a unified control environment for all containers allowing support for Linux and Windows, bare metal, virtual machines and clouds.
DAILY VIDEO: VMware aims to use encryption to secure virtualization; AMD Fellow Phil Rogers is the latest to leave the chip maker; Intel growth is fueled by data center business; and there's more.