July 15, 2019 / GuidesFor Team
Everyone in the industry knows that Container Platforms is an innovation of a Linux Kernel isolation feature. It allows container runtimes to run on a kernel separate from the rest of the system. It was normally used for debugging, security, and testing. When LXC came into play, (and containers as a term became widely used among Linux enthusiasts) it became easier to use this feature.
Fast forward to today. Containers are everywhere and are being used by almost everybody. A Portworx survey shows that 69 percent of companies are already investing in container platforms and this is expected to grow 4-5 percent every year..
The isolated nature of Container Platforms has not changed in its current form. IT managers would want to know where their container runtimes are, especially in a multi-cloud environment. This article helps unravel the mystery.
– Miyagi Kazuki
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