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08 Aug 2017
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VirtualBox 5.2 to Let Users Export VMs to Oracle Public Cloud, Add GUI Changes [65503]
Softpedia News, August 8 th, 2017

"Oracle's Director of Product Management Simon Coter recently announced the availability of the first Beta release of the upcoming VirtualBox 5.2 major version of the open-source and cross-platform virtualization software.

VirtualBox 5.2 looks to be a great release that should allow users to export virtual machines to the Oracle Public Cloud so that they can easily use them on other machines without all the hustle of exporting VMs to external drives and then import them to another VirtualBox installation..."
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02 Aug 2017
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What Is The Future Of Container Deployment? [65369]
Search Microservices, August 2nd, 2017

"Container deployment continues to evolve with the help of VM models, microservices and DevOps. Learn how the container architecture can impact your business goals.

Containers aren't a new concept; the first steps toward Linux containers were taken in 1979. Since then, there have been about a dozen new evolutionary steps in container deployment of applications, and we're not done yet. Containers are also interacting with supporting technologies, like DevOps, and competing ones, like virtual machines (VMs), to create evolutionary pressure on all the technologies involved. The container of the future will be very different from that of today, but it's still possible for users to track the trends and make the most of each step along the way..."
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01 Aug 2017
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VMs and Containers: The Newest Enterprise Frenemies [65350]
IT Business Edge, August 1st, 2017

"Containers add another layer of virtualization to an already virtualized data environment, but they are by no means a complete replacement for the virtual machine that first broke the dependency between software and hardware.

But that leads to the question: When is it appropriate to use containers and when should the enterprise stick to the tried and true VM?"
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31 Jul 2017
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Container Security: The Seven Biggest Mistakes Companies Are Making [65334]
HelpNet Security, July 31st, 2017

"As enterprises increase adoption of containers, they also risk increasing the number of mistakes they make with the technology. Given that many companies are still wrapping their heads around the potential of container technology and how to best leverage it, that stands to reason. With that said, however, companies must ensure that they are establishing a solid foundation for security as they continue to identify strategies and workloads that make sense on a container platform.

Here are the seven biggest container security mistakes companies are making, and how they can "adjust their sails" to ensure smooth sailing ahead..."
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27 Jul 2017
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What Is The Future Of Container Deployment? [65212]
Search Microservices, July 27th 2017

"Container deployment continues to evolve with the help of VM models, microservices and DevOps. Learn how the container architecture can impact your business goals.

Containers aren't a new concept; the first steps toward Linux containers were taken in 1979. Since then, there have been about a dozen new evolutionary steps in container deployment of applications, and we're not done yet. Containers are also interacting with supporting technologies, like DevOps, and competing ones, like virtual machines (VMs), to create evolutionary pressure on all the technologies involved. The container of the future will be very different from that of today, but it's still possible for users to track the trends and make the most of each step along the way..."
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21 Jul 2017
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Why Now Why Microservices Why Not SOA? [65063]
RedMonk, July 21st 2017

"My Stephen colleague yesterday published an interesting post The Difference Between SOA and Microservices Isn't Size. In it he argues that developer led adoption of technology - the new kingmaker thesis - is why microservices are different from SOA.

Apart from being made to feel old - we now live in a world where SOA can be described as 'archaic' I thought it was worth adding some colour about why and how things are different this time around, and why and how microservices are indeed different..."
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