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Red Hat Announces Linux App Container Certification

Open source developer adds container certification for Enterprise Linux apps, aims to improve workload portability and ease maintenance burden.

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Charlie Babcock
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3/19/2014 | 5:16:23 PM
When to use a container instead of a virtual machine
Sun Microsystems used to offer this as Containers under Solaris. It's not virtualization.With containers, you can't VMotion things around while they're running. But it is lightweight isolation on a multi-tenant host and it is portable as a single file to different destinations. If you won't need to reconfigure the virtual machine while it's doing it's work, then maybe you can use a container instead. Anyone disagree?
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