Russian military operating on foreign soil out of uniform? Last time I checked, that was called a "spy". Treat them like what they are.
I like how it's "if we don't live forever in 2045, it's because we didn't take it serious enough" without the possibility that it should be "by 2045 we know it's not possible to live wildly longer than we did in 2014 and these guys whole schtick has been a fools errand".
And it should be unsurprising that the authors are bought and paid for shills: http://tech.slashdot.org/comme...
Both authors are bought and paid for shills. See: http://tech.slashdot.org/comme...
He's not talking about a "two-sided market", he's talking about an industry that is trying to double bill. The end user pays for the delivery infrastructure, and if they need to build more capacity, it should come out of the huge profits these companies are realizing. *That's* how Economics 101 works. Saying "I'd really hate something bad to happen to your bits on the way to your customer...maybe you should pay me a little something to make sure that doesn't happen" and then claiming "I need the money because bandwidth" is simply extortion. Utter bullshit, every word of it.
Must not name collide with anything related to computers, no matter how tenuously related. Gotcha. Redefine the issue enough times, you get to be right, I suppose.
If you go to the Drupal page, you get a lot about how great Drupal is, and one line about "and we use one of these databases". So I think my analogy is spot on. Further, if you do more than read the linked Docker announcement, the fact they are layered on LXC is pretty much all over the docs. Or do you suggest we have to start referring to it as "LXC/Docker" to make sure noone could possibly not know there's a connection.
I'm not sure what the point is here. I mean, I suppose your right in the same sense as Drupal is a front end for a database and PHP is a front end for a web server. I just don't get the derisive tone.
ACs are so cute.
Docker is indeed hot right now, for some pretty good reasons.
- - (Relatively) easy to use management wrapper around LCX, in particular quick deployment and a templating mechanism to describe container contents and deal with dependencies
- - Uses a union filesystem to thiny provision containers, with development work to use other filesystem mechanisms to achieve the same goal
- - There's a ecosystem to share containers similar to ecosystems around sharing pre-built virtual machines
- - Backed by a commercial company
Sure...done before. Evolution, not revolution. Very useful if you fit it's use case.
As far as I can tell it's a chroot jail with different limitations. FTFY
If you had to guess what a piece of software called "Apache" did, what would you think? If you had to guess what a piece of software called "Hadoop" did, what would you think? If you had to guess what a piece of software called "C" did, what would you think? If you had to guess what a piece of software called "Postgres" did, what would you think? If you had to guess....blah, blah, blah...
Yes...I hate it when people don't explain what that whole "linux" and "java" thing is when they post. If I don't know what it is, noone does.
Whoa...looks like they're trying to get a head start on that whole royal inbreeding thing.
Let me guess...overwhelmingly male, overwhelmingly white, angry that women and swarthy people are horning in on their privileges. Folks for whom the Tea Party didn't work out. Fun bunch, to be sure.