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Virtual Machines & Containers

Virtual Machines (VM) & Containerization Tools are packaged computing environments that combine various components to create a virtual sandboxed development environment and isolate them from the rest of the system. The main difference between the two is that VMs virtualize an entire machine down to the hardware layers, while containers virtualize only software layers above the operating system.

Docker is an open-source containerization platform that enables developers to develop, ship, and run applications. It helps you manage your infrastructure in the same ways you manage your applications.
Parallels is a virtualization application that lets you easily run Windows and Linux on Mac—without rebooting. It can also use to manage macOS desktops and other operating systems with a single management console.
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Virtual Machines (VM) & Containerization Tools are packaged computing environments that combine various components to create a virtual sandboxed development environment and isolate them from the rest of the system. The main difference between the two is that VMs virtualize an entire machine down to the hardware layers, while containers virtualize only software layers above the operating system.

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