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2 responses to “Docker Red Hat and Containerization Wreck Virtualization”

  1. Joel Berman (@j0el)

    Parallels has been offering very effective OS virtualization for years.

    1. Adron

      I’m not totally sure what Parallels has to do with the above article, as it is a completely different space, not competing at OS-level or hyper-visor level in which Red Hat competes.