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    What is a Container

    A container is essentially an instance of an Image, which is an efficient way to encapsulate environments and run applications.

    Because of this design, containers virtualize at the app layer. Not to get confused with virtual machines, where virtualization happens at the hardware level.

    Container Characteristics:
    Container ID, the identifier.
    Image associated with the container.
    Usually you’ll have a container definition too.

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    A container is a unit of software that packages code and its dependencies so the application runs quickly and reliably across computing environments. If you are looking for application development services for your organization then I suggest Cloudnow technologies. Cloudnow technologies app development services cover the entire business mobile app development cycle and provide an environment for testing, hosting, deploying, and maintaining applications.

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    Quote Originally Posted by charlesprabhu View Post
    where virtualization happens at the hardware level
    Virtualization allows operating systems to share hardware but virtualization is not done by the hardware.

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