Docker goes native for Windows and Mac

March 25, 2016

Via: InfoWorld

For Linux users, Docker has always been a native application, but for Windows and OS X users, not so much.

Docker intends to change that with beta releases of two new editions: Docker for Mac and Docker for Windows.

Both are more than the Docker command-line interface, which has been available for multiple platforms. Rather, they integrate with native virtualization tools on their respective hosts — the Apple Hypervisor Framework on the Mac and Microsoft Hyper-V on Windows — so that Docker developers no longer need to rely on a third party to do container work on the platforms.

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