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Podman: all you need to know about Dockerless Docker

In the ever-fast-moving container world there is a silent revolution going on that goes by the name of Dockerless Docker. Docker brought containers into mainstream, however what is the difference between a Docker and a container?...

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Linux users and groups the complete guide (for any distro!)

Linux users and groups are one of the basis of every Linux distribution. Linux is a multi-user environment and how to manage users and groups, and permissions, is a fundamental skill every system administrator should have....

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Fedora CoreOS graduates to public use

Fedora CoreOS is the successor to Atomic Host and CoreOS Container Linux. Following the acquisition of CoreOS in 2018, Red Hat announced it would integrate CoreOS into its ecosystem. This was the birth of Fedora CoreOS....

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Is Apache Mesos dead, and why should you care

Apache Mesos is a distributed kernel that enables multiple machines to work as if they were a single computer. Mesos is primarily used in Big Data deployments alongside Hadoop, Spark, Kafka and others. But is Mesos...

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Wireguard prepares to join Linux kernel in version 5.6

WireGuard is a new, simple, secure and fast way to set up a point-to-point VPN between two machines. Cryptography naturally adds an overhead to the communication, so it is important its implementation is as fast as...