Questions tagged [virtualization]

Virtualisation is a form of machine abstraction that creates a simulated, or virtualised, instance of a machine using physical hardware. It provides a very high degree of isolation between multiple machines on the same host.

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Where are Docker containers stored on disk?

I'm learning about Docker. I feel stuck at the moment, I think that I have some wrong concepts about how Docker works, and that shadows how it actually works, but I can't really locate the problem. I ...
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Is running linux container on windows aws instance possible?

what I'm trying to achieve is running a Linux(ubuntu LST) container inside a windows server 2019 OS. The problem is that the windows OS runs as an AWS instance. There have been problem for me trying ...
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iscsi targets on ZFS for kubernetes volumes

I am new to kubernets and ZFS. Hence, bare with me. I am currently setting up a desktop for development work. I also want to learn kubernets and ZFS. No critical application will run on it. My plan is ...
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Does RAM Come Into The Container vs VM Decision?

I am currently running a Java trading system on a VM that needs ~32 GB RAM and runs (almost) 24/7. There are a couple of engines linked to it that require 4GB + 8BG respectively. I am considering ...
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What criteria should I use to choose the vcenter to build my next cluster of machines?

I've got a system where we create a handful devices periodically on Vcenter servers spread out geographically, we build in one "pod" or another. The load starts out the same and grows in a ...