Entering 2015, the Linux container ecosystem was faced with the very real danger of fragmentation, as competing standards and formats threatened to undermine the application portability promise presented by containerized applications and supporting infrastructures. This technological siloing could easily lead the IT industry back to the bad old times of expensive, custom-built technologies and limited, if any, interoperability between many competing solutions.
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