Definition updated on November 2023

What is containerization?

In order to create a single, lightweight executable or container that consistently runs on any infrastructure, containerization is the packaging of software code with just the OS libraries and dependencies required to run the code. Containers have replaced virtual machines (VMs) as the standard computing unit for contemporary cloud-native apps because they are more portable and resource-efficient. Application deployment and development are made faster and more secure by containerization. When code is developed using traditional methods, it is done so in a specific computing environment, and when it is moved to another area, it typically has defects and faults.

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