- A virtual machine starts much faster than a virtualized container does.
- A virtual machine uses physical memory to run and a virtualized container uses virtualized memory.
- A virtual machine requires a type 1 hypervisor and a virtualized container requires a type 2 hypervisor.
- A virtual machine contains its own OS and a virtualized container does not.
Explanation: A virtual machine (VM) is a software emulation of a physical server with an operating system. A container is an isolated environment where containerized applications run. Containers all share the same OS while remaining isolated from each other. They all use virtualized memory managed by the hypervisor. Because a container does not have a guest OS, it relies on the host operating system to provide underlying services. It typically takes a few seconds to start.
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