The basics of containerization – how containers work in Linux


This article was created to familiarize readers with the issue of containerization. Apart from discussing the most important concepts, I will also present a historical outline. This will allow you to understand that containers, contrary to appearances, are not a new technology. Their present shape is a derivative of an idea that has literally evolved through generations of enthusiasts and creators of operating systems.

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What is Linux?


Linux is a family of UNIX-like operating systems based on the Linux kernel. This system is an example of free and open source software (FLOSS). Its source code can be used, modified, and distributed without any limitations. The first version of the Linux kernel was released to the public on the 17th of September 1991. […]

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