DevOps: What is a Container?

  1. A container allows codes collaboration among developers as all codes dependencies are now run in a virtual container.
  2. Each deployment is a new set of containers and thus making it easier to deploy and roll back to previous images. A big plus point for those who implement CI/CD pipeline in DevOps environment.
  3. With Docker engine, multiple containerized applications can now run in a single host operating system.
Are Containers Replacing Virtual Machines? — Docker Blog
Docker containers, images, and registries | Microsoft Docs

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