August 13, 2014
Comments Off on SUSE releases Icehouse OpenStack cloud
When you think of Linux companies associated with OpenStack, you probably think of Canonical and Red Hat. SUSE would like to remind you that they’re also an OpenStack player with its release of SUSE Cloud 4. SUSE releases Icehouse OpenStack … Continue reading
August 13, 2014
Comments Off on Virtual servers: No safer than any other kind
Once upon a time, we used to think in terms of one hardware server equals one server operating system. Then, along came KVM, Hyper-V, VMware, and all the rest of the virtual machine (VM) hypervisors and more recently Docker with … Continue reading
August 6, 2014
Comments Off on Docker comes to openSUSE
Docker is more popular in enterprise data centers and clouds now than ice-cream on a hot summer day in a day-care center. So, it comes as no surprise that openSUSE, SUSE‘s community Linux distribution, has adopted Docker as well. Docker … Continue reading
August 4, 2014
Comments Off on What is Docker and why is it so darn popular?
If you’re in data center or cloud IT circles, you’ve been hearing about containers in general and Docker in particular non-stop for over a year now. With the release of Docker 1.0 in June, the buzz became a roar. All the … Continue reading
April 8, 2014
Comments Off on Why Containers Instead of Hypervisors?
Our cloud-based IT world is founded on hypervisors. It doesn’t have to be that way – and, some say, it shouldn’t be. Containers can deliver more services using the same hardware you’re now using for virtual machines, said one speaker … Continue reading