Containers are a form of operating system virtualisation that allows developers to isolate and package up all or part of an application, effectively into a portable building block. Open-source Docker and Google-backed Kubernetes are both high-profile example of container technology, with IBM, Microsoft and Red Hat all championing the use of the former within their products and environments.

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  • October 29, 2020 29 Oct'20

    Why Malaysia’s AmBank is embracing open source and DevOps

    AmBank Group is tapping open source, DevOps and data science to improve customer service and develop bespoke services for a broader market

  • October 28, 2020 28 Oct'20

    NetApp boosts NVMe, QLC and container hybrid cloud offer

    Storage giant NetApp unveils new AFF, FAS and E-series arrays with NVMe and QLC flash capability, plus object storage in Ontap and Spot cloud container resource management in Cloud Manager

  • October 13, 2020 13 Oct'20

    DBS to deploy IBM z15 mainframes

    Singapore’s DBS Bank has signed a seven-year deal with IBM to run and modernise mission-critical applications on z15 mainframes

  • October 09, 2020 09 Oct'20

    Inside VMware’s Kubernetes playbook

    Kubernetes co-creator Joe Beda talks up the evolution of the container orchestration platform and efforts by VMware to help enterprises get the most out of the technology

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