Karton is an Open Source solution, based on Docker, designed to be able to launch programs created for different operating systems. Actually, it allows running Linux programs in macOS, in other Linux distributions and in different architectures.
Red Hat has announced the signing of the definitive agreement to buy CoreOS for 250 million dollars. The acquisition of this technology strengthens Red Hat’s commitment to the Kubernetes container orchestrator and will help streamline container construction, execution and administration tasks in hybrid and multi-cloud environments.
Often, many of the organizations that decide to start using container technologies doubt whether to opt for Containers as a Service (CaaS) or for an abstracted platform. The first thing you have to take into account is the specific needs, the level of experience of the users and their work environment.
Red Hat announced yesterday at OpenStack Summit Sydney 2017 Red Hat OpenStack Platform 12, the latest version of Red Hat’s cloud Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS). Based on the OpenStack Pike release, this new version introduces containerized services, improving flexibility for faster application development.
We’re finishing today the series of articles in which we have advanced a small part of the Containers for Developers and Quality Assurance training course from The Linux Foundation. In previous posts, we talked about how to build container blocks, configuring Docker environment and Docker Machine. In this post we are going to introduce some basic commands to operate with containers and Docker images.