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In the fall, Microsoft announced that it would add Linux-like container technology to a future version of Windows.Today, the company revealed that it's also developing a super-slim version of Windows that will run what it describes as a new kind of container—one that provides an added level of security. According to Microsoft spokesman Mike Schutz, the company is building a way of wrapping containers in its Hyper-V "virtualization" technology, so that they're completely isolated from each other.But the real news seems to be that Microsoft will offer a stripped-down operating system along the lines of Core OS, a Linux operating system that's particularly suited to running containers across a large number of computers.This kind of operating system represents the future of online services, which necessarily run on hundreds or even thousands of machines—or what industry marketers like to call the cloud.
Containers provides a way encapsulating software so that developers and businesses can more efficiently run applications across a large number of machines.Even the most vigilant security experts can make mistakes, and one mistake could be all it takes to ruin your life.That might sound alarmist, but it’s unfortunately true. If you know what to look out for, and if you aren’t so confident as to think these things could never happen to you, the safer you’ll be.In essence, you can readily move these containers from machine to machine, as well as squeeze many of them onto the same machine, to take advantage of any unused computing power.But the added security Microsoft provides with its "Hyper-V containers" is something that will appeal to only some organizations, such as government agencies that have extreme security requirements.