Containerization (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.

Such instances, which are sometimes called containers

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Containerization allow the standardization the environment and abstracting away the specifics of the underlying Host (Operating System and hardware).

Container Orchestration allow the standardization Data Center abstracting away the specifics of which Host and how the Container will be started, monitored, and killed.

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