Rackspace Debuts Containers as a Service on OpenStack

JapaneWeek — TOKYO—Docker containers and the OpenStack cloud are getting a little closer today, thanks to the new Carina Containers as a Service announced by Rackspace. Rackspace announced the new Carina service at the OpenStack Summit here, detailing how the service can rapidly enable users to build and deploy Docker containers in the cloud.In a video interview with eWEEK, Adrian Otto, distinguished engineer at Rackspace, and Scott Crenshaw, senior vice president, strategy and product, at Rackspace, detail what Containers as a Service is all about and how it works.

http://www.eweek.com/cloud/rackspace-debuts-containers-as-a-service-on-openstack.html

Fujitsu Develops Innovative Technology for Fast, Automated Setup of Virtual Networks for Linux Containers

JapanJCN Newswire — Kawasaki, Japan: Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd. today announced development of the world’s first technology for fast and automatic setup of client-segregated virtual networks that are built over multiple Linux containers. These containers offer virtualization for high-speed launches and running.

http://en.acnnewswire.com/press-release/english/24271/fujitsu-develops-innovative-technology-for-fast,-automated-setup-of-virtual-networks-for-linux-containers

China Cloud Computing: InfoQ China Creates Container Technology Hub

ChinaChina Topics — InfoQ’s CNUT meeting with technology leaders in China was considered successful after it was attended by big technology companies such as Alibaba, Tencent, Baidu, Huawei, Ctrip, Meituan, JD and other tech companies in the country. The focus of the meeting, which was held in Beijing Babbitt Internet themed tea house, is about the possible effect of container technologies for cloud computing and its local role in domestic distribution.

http://www.chinatopix.com/articles/55073/20150624/china-cloud-computing-infoq-creates-container-technology-hub.htm