Im sure its not news to you that containers are a hot concept. If you were looking for proof or validation of that fact, though, look no further than the news that Microsoft is acquiring Deisa company focused on helping customers build and maintain container ecosystems.
Mesosphere and Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) have tightened their relationship by integrating their respective management platforms. At the recent Discover 2017 conference hosted by HPE, the two companies announced that they have integrated Mesospheres Data Center Operating System (DCOS) with HPEs Synergy and OneView management platforms.
Working in the world of DevOps, its exciting to see the number of tools for developers grow with the talent of the thriving developer community. But lately, these new technology tools have put developers and senior IT executives on disparate ends of the IT spectrum.
Linux container technology permits the subdivision of compute resources in ways similar to virtualization, but without the overhead of managing separate copies of the operating system in each instance/container. To maximize this effect, containers are frequently run on bare metal (non-virtualized operating systems).
Component-based libraries or frameworks such as Vue have given us the wonderful ability to create reusable components1 to be spread throughout their respective application, ensuring that they are consistent, and (hopefully) simplifying how they are used. In particular, form inputs tend to have plenty of complexity that youd want to hide in a component, such as custom designs2, labels, validation, help messages, and making sure each of these pieces are in the correct order so that they render correctly.
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The analysts at 451 Research forecast that the container market will soon explode, increasing in value to $2.7 billion by 2020 from $762 million last year. Adoption of container technologies is growing faster by the day, yet the number of organizations running containers in production is still relatively low.
2016 was a big year for the virtual container space, and 2017 looks even more promising. The industry saw tremendous growth and continues to evolve at a rapid pace.