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Containerization is a new approach to virtualization in software development and deployment. Docker is the most popular containerization solution and will is used in this research.
The installation methods for both Windows and Linux are examined. Different container types and system compatibilities are compared and presented. Costs of both solutions are indicated. T
he main findings are that the combination of different virtualization solutions can lead to a nested scenario, which is not officially supported and not recommended for production environments.
Eastern Institute of Technology
Tom Hartley, originally from New York, is a Senior Lecturer at Eastern Institute of Technology, Hawkes Bay.
His areas of teaching specialization are Linux Operating Systems, Cybersecurity, and Internship Development. As a Closed System, Tom sees Microsoft’s interest in (Linux) Containerisation as an area of special interest and he finds working with students examining that space is particularly exciting.