IT - Virtualization

Containerization is the solution to the roadblocks posed by traditional virtualization. Since their inception, virtual machines (VMs) have enabled organizations to do more with less

"A single physical device can contain several isolated, virtual environments through a hypervisor, and the benefits include reduced overhead, convenient mobility, and scalability.

Sounds great - but there's one problem. Virtual machines are heavy units.

Because a significant appeal of virtualization is its use in DevOps, the ability to store and migrate applications between platforms is essential. Coming in to fill this gap is virtualization's younger, lightweight brother: containers..."

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