NayuOS Review – Free & Open Source Alternative To Chrome OS With Node.js And Without Google ServicesSubmitted by Rianne Schestowitz on Friday 5th of February 2016 09:50:58 PM Filed under
CoreOS released today rkt (pronounced Rock-it) 1.0, providing container users with an alternative runtime to Docker. CoreOS first announced rkt in December 2014 after dissatisfaction arose with the state of the Docker runtime.
While rkt is a competitor to the Docker runtime, users will still be able to run application containers that have been built with Docker tools. The promise of rkt is that of improved performance and security controls, as well as integration with CoreOS' larger platform effort Tectonic, which provides orchestration.
Nelum OS is a light and fast live-installable Linux distribution family offering three separate releases.
"Nelum" means "lotus" in Sinhalese, the language of Sri Lanka, according to developer Ostro Leka.
The distro is a brand-new entry to the land of Linux, with its initial release posted earlier this month. It is an unusual twist on what you usually see with a Linux release.
Many businesses have the need to integrate web hosting into the mix of services they offer. CMS professionals, web developers and designers, eCommerce consultants, and marketing agencies, often find that the best way to integrate web hosting with existing services is not to use an established hosting company’s reseller accounts but to develop a hosting platform over which they have complete control. It’s not as difficult as you might think — if you can handle Linux server administration and choose a good web hosting control panel, all you need is the server.