July 3rd, 2015

Analyzing OpenVZ Components with PVS-Studio

Author: Svyatoslav Razmyslov

In order to demonstrate our analyzer's diagnostic capabilities, we analyze open-source projects and write articles to discuss any interesting bugs we happen to find. We always encourage our users to suggest interesting open-source projects for analysis, and note down all the suggestions we receive via e-mail. Sometimes they come from people closely related to the project we are asked to check. In this article, we will tell you about a check of the components of the OpenVZ project we have been asked to analyze by the project manager Sergey Bronnikov.

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Parallels and Docker: Not Just Competition

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One of the questions that people ask us is how Parallels competes with Docker and why we do nothing while Docker is busy conquering the market? Firstly, since we created containers a decade ago, we have been perfecting container virtualization and pushing it to upstream. Secondly, Parallels and Docker operate on different levels: Docker packages and runs applications while Parallels provide virtualization, a low-level technology that Docker uses. This allows us to partner in a number of projects. Moreover, all existing container-related projects in the market do more than just compete with each other. We also try to cooperate in developing shared components.



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