What is the difference between Docker and VM?

jothikumar asked 10 months ago

Docker contains are of self-contained packages used mainly to run any required application, while comes with higher portability, as they do not require separate guest operating systems. In contrast, Virtual Machines i.e. VMs have a separate host operating system and individual guest operating system within them, which may be either of Windows or Linux, regardless of the host operating system.
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