Hewlett Packard Enterprises’ HP-UX OS has been around for more than 30 years, and users may be looking to move on from the Unix-based OS.Now HPE is offering a way out of the ancient OS using containers, which are small buckets running instances of applications.

The containers will be offered with the Linux OS.[ The InfoWorld review: QNAP TVS-882T NAS piles on the features. | Get a digest of the day’s top tech stories in the InfoWorld Daily newsletter. ]
HPE will provide containers to transition from conventional mainframe-style OSes to new hardware like x86-based Xeon servers.
In this case, HPE is trying to get users to transition from Itanium chips.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

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