What Are Containers?
While traditional virtual machines (VMs) enable the virtualization of computing infrastructure, containers enable the virtualization of software applications. Unlike virtual machines, containers use their host’s operating system (OS), rather than supplying their own.
Because they don’t include full operating systems, containers require minimal computing resources and are quick and easy to install. This efficiency allows them to be deployed in clusters, with individual containers encapsulating single components of complex applications. Separating application components into different containers allows developers to update individual components without reworking the entire application.
Containerization: Open and flexible solutions that can help you accelerate software container deployment and operations.
HPE Ezmeral Container Platform: A unified container platform built on open source Kubernetes and designed for both cloud-native applications and non-cloud-native applications running on any infrastructure either on-premises, in multiple public clouds, in a hybrid model, or at the edge.
Expert guide to running hybrid IT
The successful deployment and utilization of a hybrid IT environment depends on an effective operations model. Get advice on:
- Securing your hybrid IT infrastructure
- Placing your workloads where you need them
- Managing across multiple clouds, services, and data centers
- Defining your core apps and services mix
- Securing your data across the universe