June 28, 2017

Red Hat Extends Kubernetes Support in Fedora Atomic Host

Jun 20, 2017 0 215

The Fedora project is an instance of Linux Red Hat employs to give IT organizations early access to new technologies the company might employ in future distributions of Linux. In the latest beta release of Fedora, Red ...

Red Hat Acquires Codenvy to Round Out OpenShift.io

May 26, 2017 0 297

As part of an ongoing effort to reduce the amount of time developers spend managing local infrastructure resources, Red Hat this week announced it is acquiring Codenvy, a provider of a workspaces software for application development teams. ...

Red Hat: Containers Are New Atomic Unit

May 2, 2017 0 474

At a Red Hat Summit 2017 conference today Red Hat today launched a slew of initiatives that collectively serve to confirm that containers are the new atomic unit of application development and deployment. New offerings include making ...

Red Hat Makes Legacy App Case for Containers

Apr 17, 2017 0 807

Red Hat is extending its campaign to become a dominant provider of platforms for hosting contain applications with an update to the Red Hat Container Platform that adds the latest version of the Kubernetes orchestration engine and ...

Which OS Is Best for Docker? Here’s How to Decide

Mar 7, 2017 1 5345

What’s the best operating system for hosting Docker containers? That’s a loaded question. Here’s a guide to answering it. The question is loaded because, well, people tend to have strong opinions about which operating system is “best” ...

Red Hat Envisons ESB as Legacy and Container App Bridge

Feb 28, 2017 0 1165

As part of an effort to make it simpler to integrate legacy and modern applications based on containers, Red Hat is now making available a lightweight enterprise service bus (ESB) on top of a Kubernetes container orchestration ...

The State of the Docker Ecosystem: Docker vs. Everyone Else

Feb 14, 2017 0 875

What is the state of the Docker ecosystem? What’s the relationship between Docker Inc. and other container vendors? Here’s a primer. The short answer to the questions above is that the Docker ecosystem breaks down into Docker ...