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The Current Popularity and the Future of Docker

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Docker containers enable developers and operators to build and ship an application anywhere. The author discusses the popularity of Docker container technology, and its...

The DevOps Series Using Docker with Ansible

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This article is the eighth in the DevOps series. This month, we shall learn to set up Docker in the host system and use...

Stepping into the world of Linux Containers (LXC)

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Containers are the future when it comes to using and shipping applications. But Linux containers or LXC can be used for more than just...

Docker: A Favourite in the DevOps World

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Docker is the world’s leading containerisation platform designed to make it easier to create, deploy and run various applications by using containers. Docker containers...

Experience the Virtual World with OpenVZ

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  OpenVZ is container based, open source, virtualisation technology for Linux. It can be used to install multiple, fully isolated Linux containers easily on a...

An Introduction to Docker

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Learn about Docker, which is an open source project that can automate the deployment of software applications inside software containers. Docker can be provisioned on...

We have a fairly mature open source strategy, though it’s not...

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José Miguel Parella, open source CTO at Microsoft, and Balaji Kesavraj, director - platform strategy & marketing, Microsoft, were both at Open Source India...

Going Virtual With OpenVZ

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  This article is an introduction to OpenVZ, an open source container-based virtualisation solution for Linux. In computing, virtualisation is the creation of a virtual version...

Virtualisation and Disk Management in OpenIndiana

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In the previous part, we got acquainted with OpenIndiana -- how to install the base system, find and deploy packages, and perform maintenance tasks...

Integrating Google App Engine and Eclipse

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Ever wondered what Google App Engine and cloud computing is all about? Here's an easy way to try it out, by integrating it with...