My Thoughts on Containers, Containerization and Virtual Machines in general
I am writing this to express my thoughts on containers in general. I have briefly stated my surface-thoughts on them to a few people, and because it is difficult to articulate all of my thoughts at once to someone, I thought I would write a blog-post / article thing. First of all, all the opinions expressed here are mine and mine alone. There is a good chance nobody else in the world has these same thoughts, so I am alone. I'm fine with that though, as it makes me unique.
Containers are Virtual Machines
Yes. Full stop. They are. I don't care if you say they are "small" virtual machines. They are none the less, a virtual machine. From [Wikipedia, Virtual Machine]:
> In computing, a virtual machine (VM) is the virtualization/emulation of a computer system. Virtual machines are based on computer architectures and provide functionality of a physical computer. Their implementations may involve specialized hardware, softwar