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Docker is a set of platform as a service (PaaS) products that uses OS-level virtualization to deliver software in packages called containers.

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With businesses transitioning into the cloud, the significance of secure and flexible data storage is becoming increasingly apparent. And while most self-hosted cloud storage solutions may lack functionality, popular proprietary platforms often don’t provide the desired level of transparency and flexibility and may be difficult to integrate into the existing application stack.

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Virtual Desktop Environment — Configuring Kasm Workspaces

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Category: Tutorials | Tags: AlmaLinux 8, Application Workspaces, Benefits of Kasm Workspaces, Browser Isolation, Cloud Personal Desktop, Code Editor, Configuring Kasm Workspaces, Contain Streaming Technology, Container Streaming Platform, Containerized Applications, Containerized Workload, Desktop as a Service (DaaS), Desktop Virtualization, Desktop Workspaces, Docker, Document Management, Git Repository, Installing Kasm Workspaces, Kasm Containers, Kasm Platform, Kasm Workspaces, Kasm Workspaces Installation, Kasm Workspaces Setup, Open-Source Intelligence (OSINT), Remote Access Services (RAS), Remote Browser Isolation (RBI), Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) Hosting, Stream Desktops to the Browse, Virtual Desktop Environment, Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI), Web Isolation Workspaces, Workflow Automation
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What are Kasm Workspaces?

Kasm Workspaces is a container streaming platform popularly used in Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) solutions to deliver browser, desktop, and application workloads to web browsers. Users can access container applications or the entire operating system through a standard browser with full user interface support, which make a virtual desktop environment. Kasm handles authentication, container orchestration, logging, and more. Common use cases are Remote Browser Isolation (RBI), Desktop as a Service (DaaS), Remote Access Services (RAS), and Open-Source Intelligence (OSINT) collections.

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Jenkins is an open-source continuous integration server. It is a tool for continuously compiling and testing software projects. In the field of Continuous Integration (CI), the concepts from CI are combined with those from Continuous Delivery (CD) — also known as Continuous Deployment — in the CI/CD pipeline. See our The Best DevOps Tools for Infrastructure Automation for more information about this growth area in advanced software development techniques.

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As web applications become more complex and tasked with doing more, the demand puts stress on IT teams and their infrastructure. If you pair that with the expectation that development timelines should be shorter to accommodate quicker deployment strategies, then software companies are in a bind. Tech companies have a trump card they can use to make development easier, even under the increasing pressure of time constraints.

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Docker is a tool for running container software. Leveraging containers is a terrific approach for developers and users to worry less about operating system compatibility and dependencies because the bundled software should function similarly on any system. Are you new to using a container engine? Be sure to check out the Docker for Beginners article, if you are just getting started.

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What is Mastodon?

Mastodon is a free, open source software written in Ruby on Rails and JavaScript (React.js and Redux). It is designed for running self-hosted social networking services. In terms of microblogging features, Mastodon is very similar to Twitter. It provides a huge number of running Mastodon nodes, and every instance has its own moderation policy, code of conduct, and terms of service.

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How to Run Rootless Docker Containers

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Ever found yourself in a situation where you want to use Docker but don’t have root access? Or perhaps you wish to provide Docker access to your team or clients but aren’t comfortable giving them root privileges.

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Podman vs Docker: A Comprehensive Comparison

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Containerization has been taking the app development world by storm. In today’s technological landscape, it’s common to hear Docker associated with containers, but there are other options.

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What is Podman?

Podman (Pod Manager) is a tool used to develop, manage, and run containers and images. It can perform functions that support and modify container images and also retrieve and tag containers.

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Introduction

If you're invested in the world of web development, you might have already heard of containerization and all its advantages or even enjoyed them yourself by using one of the many available containerization solutions. It’s not an exaggeration to say that software containerization has changed the world, just as the change from bare metal to virtual machines (VMs) did. 

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