Tagged: Virtual Machine

A Virtual Machine is literally a machine running atop of another machine. Virtualization enables a physical machine to become an host to many virtual machines called guests. Guest are full-blown machines and can be assigned RAM, CPU and Storage from the host.

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Apache Mesos: meet the data-center kernel

Apache Mesos, most of the times just called Mesos, is an open source cluster manager with an ambitious objective: to let you “Program against your datacenter like it’s a single pool of resources“. Let’s take a...

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A comprehensive guide to Docker Networking

Networking is hard. When physical networking evolved in virtual networking things became even harder if you hadn’t strong networking fundamentals. When containers stepped into the game, container networking was sure to show up and prove even...

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NethServer: A painless Linux server you will love

NethServer is a CentOS-based, all-in-one, easy-to-use Linux distribution. If you’ve ever tried to run a small Linux server for a small company without much experience on your shoulders, well, you might have noticed you have to...

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FreeNAS 11: new features, VMs, new GUI, goodbye Corral

FreeNAS is probably the most popular and most used Free NAS Operating System. After the retirement of FreeNAS Corral, the FreeNAS team is proud to present its successor: FreeNAS 11. This release aims at adding new...

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What’s new in OpenStack Ocata

Coming two months earlier than scheduled, on 22th February 2017, OpenStack Ocata is the 15th release of the OpenStack project. This release was squeezed in a shorter time-frame, nevertheless has a focus on a few important...