Alan Buxey alan.buxey at
Thu Sep 27 11:45:05 CEST 2018


> So what is the difference between VM and docker according to performans,
> installation, using and native

quite a bit - i would suggest some research ...use Google but here are some
starting points:

Docker is a container mechanism, typically uses far less disk space and
provides more easily controlled
resources - eg at the end of the day just a socket listening on 1812/1813
ready to be used by the host or rest of
network that can access that host. Rather than having to deal with the
whole OS to have an application
running, you simply get a Docker recipe for that App and just need to
configure the App.


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