Protected: LXC and Docker – what the adherents of these process isolation tools tell us.

Linux Containers is an OS-level virtualization technology that allows you to create and run "multiple" Linux operating systems simultaneously on a single Linux machine. Of course, LXC provides a set of utilities for managing your container/isolation, as well as templates for creating a such virtual environment for the most common Linux OS. On the other side, Docker is an open source containerization/isolation technology focused on running a "single application/set of binaries/libs " in an isolated environment. Docker's Engine allows you to create, run or distribute containers/isolations. You can also share applications and collaborate with other developers.

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