This article highlights the differences between VDI and VMs and explores their strengths and limitations.
Persistent and non-persistent VDI exhibit variations in expenses, ease of management, storage demands, and user satisfaction. This article explores the distinctions between these two VDI types.
Vagrant is a software application that creates an operating system environment using virtualization technology. Vagrant uses a command line interface to load, prepare, and launch a virtual environment, called a Vagrant Box. There are many preconfigured Vagrant boxes available for download. You can also start with a basic box and add your own configuration. This guide will walk you thru how to install Vagrant on Ubuntu 18.04 (Bionic Beaver).
Kubernetes is an open-source container orchestration system for automated scaling, deploying and managing applications using container technologies. In this article, find out what makes Kubernetes an indispensable tool for managing and deploying containers.
Install Docker on Ubuntu 20.04 or 22.04 using the default repository or from the official Docker repository with the help of this step-by-step guide. Installing, starting and running Docker containers is simple and fast with the help of this guide.
Powerful and secure environment for shared hosting providers is essential in providing access to granular control over server resource allocation. This article presents CloudLinux, an operating system designed specifically for shared hosting providers to address the issues of server stability, security, and resource allocation.
Running a command inside a Docker container is a frequently employed action in container management. Once the user finishes working inside the container, they need to exit it before resuming work in their system's shell session. This article shows you how to exit a Docker container.