Cloud Native Containers are Making Virtual Machines Obsolete

July 15, 2019 / GuidesFor Team

When Virtual Machines popularized software-defined hardware resources, it was a dream come true for systems administrators who  had to deal with erratic user traffic. It didn’t take long for everyone else to notice the benefits that virtualization provides to the IT department. For a time, it seems like a virtualized environment could do no wrong. It even evolved further into hosted Cloud systems and now Edge computing.
Enter container platforms and their inherent agile ability to react to the changing environments of cloud systems. They are so convenient that developers jumped on the bandwagon and built (their system using it. But what does it have to do with virtual machines? Is the virtualized cloud more compatible with the now popular containers? This post predicts how containers are the start of the end for virtual machine solutions.
– Kazuki Miyagi

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