Containerizing Databases with Red Hat Enterprise Linux

Because more and more enterprises are considering containerization as a new application deployment model, Red Hat hopes to make the adoption of container technology as smooth as possible for our customers. We are evaluating and testing various workloads in-house and spend a good chunk of our engineering time developing, integrating, and testing a trusted, supported application platform stack for containerized applications. The recent announcement of the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 platform image moves us even closer to the goal: we now have another certified platform that can run applications as complex as Oracle Database in a container (see video below).

Databases are among the most widely deployed applications out there and are often seen as the hardest to deploy. Containers promise to ease that pain

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The Operating System: Pervasive, Ubiquitous, and Critical

Applications, virtual machines, containers… what do they all have in common?  They each operate on top of the solid foundation that is the operating system.  In fact, in a world where the pace of technological change is unrelenting, where change is perhaps the only constant, there will always be a need for a reliable platform to build upon.  Has the operating system become a modern day utility?  Find out here.