Containers have rapidly come into focus as a popular option for deploying applications, but they have limitations and are fundamentally different than VMs
"Virtualization has changed the face of modern computing, improving system utilization, decoupling applications from the underlying hardware and enhancing workload mobility and protection," recalls
Stephen J. Bigelow
"But hypervisors and VMs are just one approach to virtual workload deployment. Container virtualization is quickly emerging as an efficient and reliable alternative to traditional virtualization, providing new features and new concerns for data center professionals..."
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