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Can Virtual Machines or Containers Be Social?

January 24th, 2017 2 comments

With social networks being popular these days, there is no doubt that we human beings are socially inter-connected. These social connections offer lots of insights about each person in the social networks. In some way, we’re all defined by our networks.

How about virtual world and cloud world? Can we visualize the inter-connections of the VMs, hosts, datastores, and networks?

How to Enable Remote Management for Docker in VMware Photon

May 11th, 2015 1 comment

It’s an exciting news that VMware got into container business with the release of Photon. The Photon project is not container engine like Docker and Rocket, but more like the CentOS which is a bare minimum version of Linux. The idea is exactly the same as that of the ESXi – the less it does, the more secure a hypervisor or OS is. Sometimes it’s true for people in certain companies and organizations too. :) It’s a culture thing that is beyond this article.

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