Curious how Google handles its Cloud? Meet Chromium OS

Subject: General Tech | May 16, 2016 - 03:12 PM |
Tagged: google, Chromium OS

Google has released a beta version of their Container-VM Image to those interested in how they manage their Cloud.  It is built to handle Docker and Kubernetes instances on the Google cloud, not for home usage on a small scale.  If you are curious about the competition for Amazon, Microsoft and other providers of Clouded services you should follow the links from the post on The Register for a look.  Be aware this is a beta, not all features are available and some of the ones which are may not be compatible with future updates but it is a great way to familiarize yourself with the inner lining of the Google Cloud Platform.

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"Google's decided the Chromium OS is its preferred operating system for running containers in its own cloud. And why wouldn't it – the company says it uses it for its own services."

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