It might be tempting to assume that 2018 will be smooth sailing for the containerization movement. However, things aren't quite that simple.
Red Hat Inc. this week announced that it has entered into an agreement to acquire enterprise-ready Kubernetes platform and container-native solutions provider CoreOS for the reported purchase price of $250 million.
VMware Inc. announced the 1.3 version release of its enterprise container infrastructure technology, vSphere Integrated Containers.
Due to the dynamic nature of containers and their ability to scale, they present unique security challenges and, predictably, various companies have emerged to address these challenges.
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