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Welcome to our collection of containers articles. For a detailed explanation of containers, check out our what are Linux containers and what is Docker resource pages.

Parts, modules, containers for software

Simplify container management by combining the commands to build, test, and deploy a project in a Makefile.
Containers for shipping overseas

There are many compelling arguments for hosting your own container registry with Pulp. Here are some of them.
eight stones balancing

Load balancing distributes resources to where they're needed most at that moment.
Parts, modules, containers for software

Create and maintain your containers (aka jails) at scale on FreeBSD with Bastille.
Ships at sea on the web

Containers are everywhere, and they've radically changed the IT landscape. What do you need to know about them?
Three closed doors

Hack your system to understand why it's important to configure SELinux to be your first line of container defense.
doodles of arrows moving in different directions

Both terms imply that things happen without your direct intervention. But the way you get to those results, and the tools you use to make them happen, differ.
Shipping containers stacked in a yard

When software is distributed via container images, source code should be made available in order to ensure seamless compliance with licensing.