The Mirantis Blog
Kubernetes tutorials, product updates and featured articles
Thanks to Docker’s success evangelizing the use of containers, Parallels has decided to open source its container product suite, stop developing its proprietary hypervisor and adopt KVM, and focus its development resources on driving containers forward to both service providers and enterprises, with OpenStack’s help.
In a significant enhancement to Fuel’s ongoing evolution, it now runs on Docker to accelerate Fuel application updates, helping you leverage your OpenStack cloud investment with its increased capabilities.
Docker has broken a record in the speed in which it moved from being a disruptive technology to a commodity. The speed of adoption and popularity of Docker brings with it lots of confusion.
I still remember the Essex OpenStack summit that took place in Boston in the fall of 2011. It was the dawn of OpenStack. It was a boutique event, 800 people or so, where most knew each other from their earlier OpenStack work. Everybody was within arm’s reach. Attendees were either high profile executives from industry leading infrastructure companies or hardcore …