Hyper does one thing: Provide isolated environments (virtual machines) on which portable environments (containers) can be easily scheduled. Hyper uses both shared and dedicated kernels environments, believing it is the right approach to deploy multi-tenant platforms.
Hyper = Hypervisor + App Container Image
Hyper is a set containing a Linux kernel, an init process and management tools, which virtualises containers to improve their isolation and management for multi-tenant applications.
The main component of Hyper is HyperKernel, which is a custom Linux kernel. It’s able to be run by a hypervisor (currently KVM and Xen).. Read more on TheNewStack.io…
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