VMware's chief technology officer, global field, Paul Strong, says the company's next frontier is simplifying management of applications. Strong came to VMware three years after stints at eBay and Sun. Speaking to The Reg in Sydney today, Strong said his role means ensuring innovation doesn't happen in an “ivory tower” but …
Surely you mean containing? Or contained?
No - he means containerising. He's talking about putting applications into containers.
The Disruptor is back - again
Good old VMware I say. When the majority of VMware bashers have been mentioning their downfall, VMware answers with another "IT Arena Disrupter". This will send shockwaves through the channel.
Buy your of the shelf solutions - Yes really :-) Why have hundreds of engineers to build it.
Sounds like VMWare have finally caught on to what Waratek have been saying for over a year :-)
If you want to get your Java workload containerised check it out at:
Disclaimer: I do work with Waratek as a consulting product manger.
Sun used the term 'containers' for some of their Solaris V12N technologies too.
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