Linux Virtualization Part 2: Package and Ship Your Linux Applications with Containers and Docker
Last week, I gave you an overview of the spectrum of Linux virtualization technologies – Part 1: Linux Virtualization, and explained the simplest and highest-performance end. The problem with doing everything with chroot is that it takes a lot of work to set things up and there is only limited separation between the virtualized environment […]
What Is Going On With The Free Operating Systems?
I’m a big advocate of FOSS or Free and Open-Source Software. Although, is it really more stable and secure? We keep hearing the “Many eyes make bugs shallow” mantra, but it took how long for the Heartbleed bug in OpenSSL to be noticed? The way I look at it is that all operating systems have […]