Excellent High level Canonical Container Overview

“As containers do not contain their own kernel, they are typically quick to deploy and remove. They can take two forms: process containers (a container containing only a single application), or machine containers (a container with its own user-space operating system, but sharing the kernel of a host). In modern usage, the term ‘container’ refers not just to the runtime isolation mechanism, but also to the image deployed with it; these two forms of container differ in the type of image deployed”

Canonical Container CIO Overview

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