VirtualBox is an open-source hypervisor application for creating and running virtual machines on a single host machine. Here, we will see how to install VirtualBox on Linux Mint 20.
Today we announce the general availability of CheerpX for Flash, a solution for organisations to extend the life of existing Flash applications on any browser after December 2020. CheerpX for Flash allows organisations to extend the life of any Flash-based application, including Flex, Spark and OpenLaszlo applications.
Installing an unsigned iOS app (what is the prerequisite of jailbreaking) using Linux with (semi-)legitimate tools.
In this article, we will understand the advantages of containerizing Spring Boot Microservices. We will also do sample implementation, based on Docker and Spring Boot. This is the 7th part of our series — Spring Boot Microservices — Learning through examples
Configuration management is the process by which a company or organization defines and tracks the state of its infrastructural resources. Encapsulated in those resources are both physical hardware and software.
Amazon announces general availability of its new time series database for IoT and VMware rolls out new features for its Virtual Cloud Network offering.
A quick and easy guide to setting up a production environment on your local machine. Vagrant is an open-source software product for building and maintaining portable virtual software development environments, e.g., for Virtual Box, KVM, Hyper-V, Docker containers, VMware, and AWS.
Virtual Machines, or VMs for short, are fairly popular in the Software industry and among developers. And for good reason — who would mind a disposable OS, within an OS! Right? They are fairly easy to use, allow you to run multiple OS’s on a single host OS, completely independent of each other (okay, there are some limitations in performance compared to bare metal performance, but let’s leave that aside for now).
Before we start talking about docker, we need to understand the problem which is solved by Docker efficiently and economically. Before Docker gained popularity.
Ok so before we move on and jump into writing and running 64 bit programs (because all programs today are 64bit these days no? j.k.) let's have a look how to compile a simple program for each of those architectures. This knowledge should also help you better understand how to start a nano VM and "debug" problems that might arise.
The use of virtual clusters (vClusters) in Kubernetes, i.e. running virtual clusters inside of physical clusters, has the potential to disrupt the use of Kubernetes in a variety of settings, from cloud-native development to machine learning experiments. (For an overview of the general benefits of virtual clusters and their use cases, refer to this article). One of these settings is continuous integration/deployment (CI/CD) and the related testing of software. In this post, I will describe how virtual clusters can be used for CI/CD and testing and what their benefits are for this use case. How virtual Kubernetes clusters can solve current issues of integrating Kubernetes in CI/CD and testing processes.
In previous article we got our CPU into 64 bit mode and were able to run 64 bit programs. Our vCPU is already very useful but it doesn't deal well with issues like division by zero.
In this article we will describe control panels for virtual machines management, both commercial and open source, and help you choose the right solution to meet your personal needs.
Docker is a set of platform as a service products that uses OS-level virtualization to deliver software in packages called containers. Containers are isolated from one another and bundle their own software, libraries and configuration files
A deep look at the current state of support for WebAssembly tail calls on various browser, plus an hands-on tutorial for CheerpX. WebAssembly tail calls are a post-MVP feature which is currently in Phase 3 (implementation phase). This specification introduces two new .
We’re proud to announce that loft is the first cloud-native technology that ships a stable implementation for virtualized Kubernetes clusters.
VirtualBox is an open-source hypervisor application for creating and running virtual machines on a single host machine.VirtualBox can be installed on operating systems, including Linux, Windows, Solaris, and macOS.
This tutorial will concentrate on how to build a custom Docker image based on Ubuntu with Apache service installed. The whole the process will be automated using a Dockerfile. Docker images can be automatically built from text files, named Dockerfiles. A Docker file contains step-by-step ordered instructions or commands used to create and configure a Docker image.
In this 4-article series, we will discuss Docker, which is an open-source lightweight virtualization tool that runs at top of Operating System level, allowing users to create, run and deploy applications, encapsulated into small containers.
In this tutorial will discuss how to save a Docker container into a new image, remove a container and run a Nginx web server into a container in RHEL/CentOS 8/7.