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Open source in the enterprise has changed dramatically since Pivotal's head of product marketing James Watters worked on the OpenSolaris operating system for Sun at the start of the new millenium. Back ...
17. Docker Gets a New Release and a New Nod of Approval
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... surrounding each container, making it possible for Docker to take advantage of isolation tools including OpenVZ, systemd-nspawn, libvirt-lxc, libvirt-sandbox, qemu/kvm, BSD Jails, Solaris Zones and even ...
... With the recent version 0.9 release, Docker announced the infrastructure support to glue the two together, along with KVM, OpenVZ, Solaris Zones, and nearly any other environment for application isolation ...
... many years. Solaris Zones was pioneering software created by Sun Microsystems over 10 years ago. Docker takes the concept of containers a little further and modernizes it. It does not come ...
Oracle has signed a technology access and development deal with startup Pluribus Networks to nibble away at Cisco's proprietary networking business.…... OpenSolaris 11 through OpenStack cloud Oracle ...
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