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    What is Container based hosting?

    Hello friends,

    I would like to know, What is Container based hosting?

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    Container Based Hosting is nothing but Virtual Private Servers, we can also called as Operating System Virtualization in which the virtualization layers run as an application within the operating system. The kernel of an operating system allows the existence of multiple isolated virtual machines, Such virtual machines are called as containers.
    Containers are high level isolation, with many applications running under the host operating system, all of them sharing certain operating system libraries and the operating system's kernel and They provide a lightweight virtual environment that groups and isolates a set of processes and resources such as memory, CPU, disk, etc.,

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    Container-based hosting enabled multiple users to host applications in isolation to each other, those applications could be anything but hosting web servers was the primary use. The hosted environment looked like a complete working operating environment, it would have its own file system, network address, memory space, users and applications.

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    Container-based virtualization, also called operating system virtualization, is an approach to virtualization in which the virtualization layer runs as an application within the operating system (OS).

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    Container based hosting enabled multiple users to host applications in isolation to each other, those applications could be anything but hosting web servers was the primary use.

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    Don't have much idea about, thanks for asking now I also will aware of this fact.
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    Container-based virtualization, also called operating system virtualization, is an approach to virtualization in which the virtualization layer runs as an application within the operating system (OS).

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    Container-based virtualization, also called operating system virtualization, is an approach to virtualization in which the virtualization layer runs as an application within the operating system (OS).

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    The answer that makes sense to you will depend on your background.

    I have no idea about Kyup and where you can get it.

    Hope the following helps.

    Containers are a bit like VM's (Virtual Machines) but lighter weight. The architecture differs from VM's (obviously).

    If you explore how Docker works that will give you a good idea.

    You could conceptually think of a "cascade" of hosting options:
    Web farm with your site on multiple machines
    Dedicated server with only your site
    "Virtual" site running under the management of the web server, share hardware with other sites
    Running your site on a VM
    Running your site in a container
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    Container based website hosting service enabled multiple users to host programs in isolation to each other, those programs could be anything but website hosting service web servers was the primary use.

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    Containers are similar to simple hosting on the directory structure but are very different in technology. Containers hosting technology has an algorithm to study your incoming traffic and scale your servers accordingly without any glitches.

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    Container based are for instance, VPS hosting accounts, based on OpenVZ virtualization technology where you have own OS (e.g. Linux CentOS, Debian, etc.) installed, dedicated IP assigned and full root access to install any software you want. If you're looking for a low cost and reliable VPS, check these out - euro-space.net/vps-hosting
    It is much better, reliable and private then if you compare with the shared hosting, where users are sharing same IP and operating system.

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    Container-based hosting enabled multiple users to host applications in isolation to each other, those applications could be anything but hosting web servers was the primary use.

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    Basically this is Virtual server hosting, where a dedicated server is divided to many small virtual "inside" servers. If you want to use such hosting, check NextPointHost's Linux hosting
    Last edited by Connector; 11-26-2019 at 12:08 PM.

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    Its a VPS hosting services allows you to host multiple websites, applications, and to maintain backups. For best VPS hosting services visit vps9.net.

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