A Brief History of Containers (by Jeff Victor & Kir Kolyshkin)





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Published on Jul 6, 2015

# A Brief History of Containers - Jeff Victor & Kir Kolyshkin
Containers are a form of operating system virtualization that is subtly different from virtual machines. The concept has evolved over time, and Jeff & Kir discuss the history of OSV and the roles of current implementations.

## Jeff Victor
Jeff's 28-year computer career has included software development, system and network administration, and consulting. He was the Principal Author of the book Solaris 10 System Virtualization Essentials, and the creator of the Solaris Zones FAQ and the 'zonestat' open-source program.
Jeff received a Bachelor of Science degree (Computer Science) from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York. In his spare time, he builds and launches high-power rockets and manages automated wildlife cameras. He lives in New York with his wife and daughter.
His blog can be found at blogs.oracle.com/jeffv.

## Kir Kolyshkin
Kir was named leader and project manager for the OpenVZ project in 2005 to further the adoption of containers virtualization for Linux. He spearheads the overall development and manages all key architecture, updates and feature upgrades for OpenVZ.
Kir has more than 10 years Linux experience and has long been an active open source advocate.
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