Allows administrators to control access to specific containers or datasets.
(Based on 6 reviews)
Separates containers based on their specific network and connections.
Isolates containers based on components of the file systems and their state.
Groups containers or applications without altering the container contents.
Defines container connections, balances loads, and organizes routes.
Runs applications through connected clusters.
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Virtualizes operating systems and nests virtualizations within contained environment.
Provides tools for developers to build software and edit container contents.
Creates integrations and allows management of connected contains.
Integrates data with container contents and applications.