Containerized ML applications inside a VM

The vSphere Integrated Containers architecture gives two container deployment models:

  1. Virtual container hosts: vSphere Integrated Containers leverages the native constructs of vSphere to provision containers. It extends the availability and performance capabilities (DRS, HA, vMotion ) of vSphere to containerized workloads. A container image can be used as a virtual machine, and developers can also consume it as a Docker API.
  2. Docker container hosts: Developers can self-provision Docker container hosts on demand and use them as a development sandbox to repackage apps. This architecture complements agile development practices and DevOps methodologies such as continuous integration (CI) and continuous ...

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