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Google OKs Docker Container Registry Service

Google adds Docker container registry and encryption service to keep customers' containerized workloads private and secure.

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Charlie Babcock
Charlie Babcock,
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1/27/2015 | 2:58:42 PM
Containers can boot in one/twentieth of a second
Why containers in the cloud? Miles Ward, global head of solutions for Google's Cloud Platform, said in a blog Jan. 9: 'Rapid availability: By abstracting just the OS rather than the whole physical computer, this package can boot in ~1/20th of a second compared to a minute or so for a modern VM." Why is that? Because the container is going to use the kernel of the host's operating system, already running.
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