As the idea of containers gains momentum, there are a couple of problems that increasingly need to be solved â networking, storage and security being the key three. Twistlock aims to solve the last of those and be part of unlocking far-broader container adoption.
Containers are, of course, a Linux concept that allows the running of multiple isolated Linux systems on a single control host. Instead of creating a full virtual environment, with Linux containers, an operating system is shared across the various containers while running resources are offered to the container in isolation. Linux containers have existed for a long time, but Docker re-invigorated the notion and brought it to a wider audience.
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