The future of containers standards
Containers are moving targets in multiple ways, which is a natural consequence of being young and popular.
0 comments Posted 24 Aug 2016 by Vincent Batts (Red Hat) Feed
runC, a lightweight universal container runtime, is a command-line tool for spawning and running containers according to the Open Container Initiative (OCI) specification. That's the short version. The long version: The governance umbrella created by Docker, Google, IBM, Microsoft, Red Hat, and... Read more
0 comments Posted 15 Aug 2016 by Phil Estes Feed
a container ship
A brief introduction to how Linux containers are designed and image signing.
0 comments Posted 10 Aug 2016 by Scott McCarty (Red Hat) Feed
Creating a reproducible build system for Docker images
How the Fedora Project has been working to deliver a reproducible build system for Docker images.
0 comments Posted 12 Jul 2016 by Adam Miller Feed
Linux containers are definitely attracting a lot of attention as cloud-native alternatives to virtual machines for application isolation and deployment, but where does your company sit on the adoption spectrum?
1 comment Posted 30 Jun 2016 by (Red Hat) Feed
What containers and unikernels can learn from Arduino and Raspberry Pi
Containers and unikernels share many similarities with the general purpose open hardware boards.
1 comment Posted 25 May 2016 by Scott McCarty (Red Hat) Feed
LinuxFest Northwest interview with Corey Quinn
Even as accepted standards on how to do it "right" remain elusive, DevOps is a crucial element of modern IT.
0 comments Posted 20 Apr 2016 by Girish Managoli Feed
5 reasons to use Docker for productivity software installation
The main advantages of using Docker for your project management tools.
1 comment Posted 12 Apr 2016 by Tatiana Kochedykova Feed
How Kubernetes is helping Docker blossom
SCaLE 14x presenter Jason Brooks shares how container cluster management tool Kubernetes helps pave the way for Docker's success.
0 comments Posted 19 Jan 2016 by Pete Savage (Red Hat) Feed
SCaLE 14x presenter Anthony Chow explains what OpenStack is, how it works with containers, and why an enterprise might want to use it.
0 comments Posted 17 Jan 2016 by Sandeep Khuperkar Feed