Containers vs Virtual Machines

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A virtual machine (VM) is an operating system or application environment installed on software, which imitates dedicated hardware. This page gathers resources about the containers vs virtual machines comparison, including a comparison of strengths and weaknesses, application portability, security and isolation, and more.
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