Everything You Wanted To Know About Containers But Were Afraid To Ask

What Are Containers?

Containers are repositories that hold everything required to run a microservice, software process, application, or data analytics program. Each container includes everything required to run the program: executables, binary code, libraries, and configuration files. This could include Python code or Java code, plus dependencies such as Python modules, JAR files (for Java), interpreters, security software, and the secure sockets layer (SSL).

A container should not access anything outside itself; it is self-sufficient and functions outside of the network. Using a software version or piece of code that doesn’t reside

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