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Building a home lab for containers and virtualization? Consider mini PCs

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Want to build a home lab for containers and virtualization? Consider mini PCs

The latest version of Intel's mobile processor family creates some interesting options for a physical home lab. Here are some considerations for leveraging this inexpensive platform.

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