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Droplet containers on Google Chromebook – Technical Requirements
Droplet containers on Google Chromebook – Technical Requirements

Droplet containers on Google Chromebook – Technical Requirements

One of the most common questions that come up around Droplet containers on Google Chromebooks is the hardware specification. Whilst that is important and significant what I usually direct customers to validate first is what kernel generation is being used by the Chromebook. You see, it’s entirely possible that a very modern and powerful Chromebook […]
Date: Friday April 30, 2021
Using and Managing the Droplet File Share Service
Using and Managing the Droplet File Share Service

Using and Managing the Droplet File Share Service

There many, many ways to get data in and out of the Droplet container – my own personal favorite is just to use my NAS-based storage on my network – as it gives me a centralized location for all my storage needs on a super-fast network. There other ways of course and that include using […]
Date: Friday April 23, 2021
Joining Droplet containers to Active Directory Domains
Joining Droplet containers to Active Directory Domains

Joining Droplet containers to Active Directory Domains

For some time, we have supported joining our containers to Active Directory. Its function that’s always been built-in to our technology from its inception. There are several reasons why a customer might want to go down this route. Firstly, I should say we do usually try to avoid it mainly because it’s an extra piece […]
Date: Wednesday April 21, 2021
Droplet containerized apps published with Citrix Virtual Apps
Droplet containerized apps published with Citrix Virtual Apps

Droplet containerized apps published with Citrix Virtual Apps

One of the common questions that come is what options exist for presenting Droplet containerized apps in platforms like Citrix Virtual Apps. I have a bit of pedigree with Citrix – before pivoting to VMware in the 2003/4 era, my main role was as Citrix Certified Instructor (CCI) delivering their official curriculum – I started […]
Date: Tuesday April 20, 2021
Droplet containers in a non-persistent mode
Droplet containers in a non-persistent mode

Droplet containers in a non-persistent mode

One important feature of Droplet containers is our non-persistent mode – or what’s referred to in our configuration file as “non-persistent mode”. By default, Droplet containers are stateful and changes are held in a single in an image file format called .droplet. Non-persistent mode essentially makes the container stateless such that any changes that occur […]
Date: Sunday April 18, 2021
Enabling Windows Performance Extensions for Droplet Container
Enabling Windows Performance Extensions for Droplet Container

Enabling Windows Performance Extensions for Droplet Container

Here at Droplet, we leverage several different performance extensions for our container technologies. These are very much tied to their respective platforms. On Microsoft Windows, we leverage WHPX whereas on Apple macOS and Chromebook we leverage HVF and KVM respectively. All of these different hardware accelerators essentially do the same thing – they give us […]
Date: Sunday April 11, 2021
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