Container depends on the context

Container in Application Development#

Container are Operating-system-level virtualization is a computer virtualization method in which the kernel of an Operating System allows the existence of multiple isolated user-space instances, instead of just one.

Container virtualization engines (VEs) or jails (FreeBSD jail or chroot jail), may look like real computers from the point of view of programs running in them.

On Unix-like operating systems, this technology can be seen as an advanced implementation of the standard chroot mechanism. In addition to isolation mechanisms, the kernel often provides resource-management features to limit the impact of one Container's activities on other containers.

Container in LDAP#

Container is a non-leaf LDAP Entry that may contain other LDAP Entries

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