Docker Inc. to Support Multiple Serverless Computing Frameworks

Docker Inc. to Support Multiple Serverless Computing Frameworks

Docker Inc. plans to give customers the option to deploy one of several open-source serverless computing frameworks on top of the Docker Enterprise Edition (EE) container-as-a-service (CaaS) environment. Rather than attempting to ...
Why PaaS vs. CaaS Is the Wrong Question to Ask

Why PaaS vs. CaaS Is the Wrong Question to Ask

You’ve heard of platform as a service (PaaS). You’ve heard of containers as a service (CaaS). Wondering what the difference is between a PaaS and a CaaS, and which solution is best ...
With Photon, VMware Advances Container Agenda

With Photon, VMware Advances Container Agenda

VMware is continuing to extend the reach of its effort to host cloud-native applications with the release of 1.1 update to its Photon Platform that enables microservices based on containers such as ...
Now's the Best Time for Container Adoption

Now’s the Best Time for Container Adoption

Enterprise software companies stand to benefit greatly from container technology, yet adoption has been slow. It’s understood that containers could help to speed the inevitable force of digital transformation, overcoming the challenges ...
Red Hat Advances Container Strategy

Red Hat Advances Container Strategy

Aiming to bolster its case for deploying containers on a platform that is already widely used to support multiple type of application workloads in the enterprise, Red Hat has released an update ...
Red Hat's OCID is a Docker Alternative, But Not a Fork

Red Hat’s OCID is a Docker Alternative, But Not a Fork

Is Red Hat’s new OCID project a fork of Docker? Unless you have an unorthodox definition of software fork, the answer is no. Recently, Red Hat announced it was backing the launch ...
Docker 1.12 Release Goes Beyond Swarm Orchestration

Docker 1.12 Release Goes Beyond Swarm Orchestration

Docker 1.12 became generally available on July 28, bringing baked-in Swarm orchestration and performance and security enhancements to the container platform. Here’s a look at what you need to know about the ...
LXD and Canonical's Container Game Plan

LXD and Canonical’s Container Game Plan

LXD, Canonical‘s “machine container” platform, has been out now for a few months. What does the open-source company plan to do with LXD and how does it relate to Docker and other ...