Containers are a more efficient choice for microservices architectures than VMs, as they enable multiple application components to coexist in a single VM environment.
This allows for better resource utilization and improved scalability.
Additionally, containers are more secure than VMs, as they are isolated from each other and the underlying host operating system.
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Just from an efficiency perspective, containers are a far better choice for a microservices architecture than are VMs.
So, because containers enable multiple execution environments to exist on a single operating system instance, multiple application components can coexist in a single VM environment.
3 reasons to always use containers for microservices-based applications
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