How To Run Your Containers in the Cloud

Many organizations use cloud services. Many deploy network services as containers. And now, many are combining the two. Let’s look at the advantages of running containers in the cloud. Isn’t This Virtualization on Top of Virtualization? Yes! It has to be. There is no way to do what is defined as cloud computing without virtualization! […]
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Using Linux Containers and Docker for Reliable Service

From time to time, I need to access the web server belonging to a company I do some work for. It’s only used by their employees plus consultants like me, so it’s pretty basic. Just enough to get the job done. The main page carries this warning: This web site will be down for maintenance […]
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Virtualization for Compartmentalization

Virtualization usually first enters an organization for economic reasons. Either the cost for buying physical servers, for power and cooling needs, or else for paying the staff needed to maintain full operating systems on independent hardware platforms. Cost is a compelling reason, but there’s more. Also consider your ability to compartmentalize processes to a degree […]
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