Microsoft has patched a security flaw in the Azure Container Instances services that allowed data to leak across customers using the same clusters. Potentially affected customers have been notified.
Canonical, the firm behind Ubuntu Linux, has announced the availability of LXD 4.0 LTS. It brings VM support as well as many improvements. It's available for Windows, macOS, and Linux.
Canonical has announced Anbox Cloud, a new solution for enterprises that want to run Android apps from the cloud allowing easy, secure, and containerised access for its intended user base.
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During Ignite 2019, Microsoft has unveiled a number of new Azure Monitor capabilites and integrations in addition to a new capacity reservation pricing model for Log Analytics customers.
Red Hat, the open source giant, has purchased CoreOS for $250 million. The five-year-old company, will help Red Hat push even further into the cloud computing space against rivals such as Canonical.
Microsoft has announced the public preview of container orchestration software Kubernetes for Azure Container Service. Azure Container Registry managed SKUs have also hit general availability.
Mozilla has released the Firefox Multi-Account Containers add-on in order to help users boost their privacy and security by keeping their different online lives separate. The add-on is available now.
Microsoft and Red Hat are once again collaborating to provide innovative cloud-based solutions to any challenges being faced by the IT industry, by utilizing Azure and the OpenShift platform.
Solidifying its software container stance, Microsoft has announced the "very first service of its kind in the cloud" called Azure Container Instances. A preview for Linux containers is now available.
Acting as a natural next step after joining the Linux Foundation last year, Microsoft has now become a member of a cloud-oriented sub-organization called the Cloud Native Computing Foundation.
After its debut six months ago, Microsoft has released the latest update for the public preview of SQL Server 2017 on Linux, with some early adopters already using it within production containers.