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Once and for All: Containers Are Not VMs

blog.gurock.com – This is a guest posting by Bob Reselman There’s a common misperception that a Linux container is nothing more than a lightweight virtual machine (VM). But that’s not the case. While Linux containers seem to have many of the features that are also present in a VM, they are architecturally different. This difference is worth knowing about for developers and test practitioners. Let’s look at how containers and VMs differ and then discuss the benefits and hazards of each. Containers are tightly bound to the Linux file system The essential difference between a container and a VM is that the VM has ...
Favorite? Off-Topic? Marialena Perpiraki @ 2020-03-12 15:00


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