VMware has launched its own operating system based on Linux Photon

VMware has introduced its own operating system[/[t:tag slug=sistema]system on the kernel Linux. The new system is designed to run cloud applications in containers and, as they say in the company, is designed to simplify the way from development to commercial launch of cloud-based applications.

Project Photon supports all the most popular formats of containers Linux, including Docker, Rocket (rkt) and the Garden of Pivotal. It takes about 300 MB of disk space, loads quickly and can be deployed on platforms vSphere (in the case of own equipment) and VMware vCloud Air or Google Compute Engine (if the client uses cloud infrastructure).

Operating System Project Photon was created in response to customer needs VMware, said product marketing manager Amr Abdelrazik (Amr Abdelrazik). It allows you to simplify the way to create cloud applications - from development to commercialization.

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