Moby Project includes reference assembly ready-to-go that can be used by anybody to spin their own machine. Users may also change it as much as they like to meet their own needs, or use it to create their own structures as inspiration. Within Moby, the Moby Project encourages members to use the platform to put in their own materials, assemble their own tasks and develop their own communities.
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Moby provides documentation support in the form of blogs, summit and community where users can meet other users for query resolving. There is no demo of its features provided on the website.
A structure for integrating advanced container structures is at the heart of Moby, which delivers:
Components - A collection of containerized modules for all important facets of a container system: OS, the runtime of containers, instrumentation, management of network, communication, storage, protection, design, delivery of images, etc.
Software - Tools to assemble modules for a range of systems and frameworks into operating artefacts: bare metal (both x86 and Arm); Linux, Mac and Windows executables; VM images for common cloud and virtualization providers.
Assemblies - A collection of reference assemblies that can be used for making own as-is, updated, or used as motivation. All Moby modules are containers, so it's as simple as creating a new OCI-compatible container to make new components.