Container Management Software
Container Management Software Overview
What is Container Management Software?
In the more traditional virtualization model, the hypervisor creates and runs multiple instances of an operating system so that multiple operating systems can be run on a single physical machine sharing the hardware resources.
The emergence of Docker, an open source container initiative has given a big boost to this category as a whole, as it has achieved broad industry buy-in for the container approach.
Another advantage is that containers sharing a single operating system kernel start-up in a few seconds, instead of the minutes required to start-up a virtual machine. Containers are also very easy to share.
Container Management Products
Docker Swarm is native clustering for Docker. It turns a pool of Docker hosts into a single, virtual Docker host.
Canonical LXD is a Linux container hypervisor.
Spoon is the eponymous application virtualization offering from the small Seattle based company, for isolating apps and running them without installation. Spoon can be deployed on-premise for enterprises (Spoon Server) and extended to provide other features.
DxEnterprise is container management and clustering software for Microsoft SQL Server.
Flockport is container virtualization from the startup (2014) of the same name.
HashiCorp's Nomad is a container virtualization cluster manager.
ContainerShip gives users the simplicity and scalability of a Platform as a Service while running on the user's hosting provider cloud account. Github and Bitbucket integrations allow users to go from signup, to build, to deployment on the provider of their choice in a few simple steps. With built...
Microsoft Draft is an open-source tool that helps developers streamline the processes of developing container-based applications running on Kubernetes clusters.