VMblog visits the NanoVMs booth during #VMworld 2018 in Las Vegas. NanoVMs can produce incredibly tiny VMs - 10-20mb large. The reason they are so small is that they contain only a single application. This eliminates a lot of remote code execution attacks out of the gate by design but
With so many vendors exhibiting at VMworld, how do you know which booths to visit and who to get on your busy schedule? One of the companies on VMblog's MUST SEE list this year is a new comer to the show, a company called NanoVMs. They have something extremely interesting and worthwhile to check out, a type of container called unikernels. This is a specialized, very lightweight form of virtualization with some key benefits and features that you are going to want to learn more about... trust me!
Read this exclusive pre-show interview with NanoVMs to learn what they have planned for the upcoming VMworld 2018 event.