Exploring Performance Evaluations of Docker and LXC Container Technologies – Are They Good for Cloud Environments and IoT Devices?
Arup Ghosh, Mathematics, Computing, and Information Science
3:00-3:10pm | Houston Cole Library, 11th Floor
The internet has brought a significant change in the modern world in terms of advancement in technologies. We exchange data and applications with other systems on a regular basis via the internet. These all are connected to a network (internet), and we call it the Internet of Things (IoT). There are enormous applications running every second, and they can be built, deployed, and managed using containers. Using container virtualization has been very famous recently in cloud environments and IoT because they are lightweight and can be deployed in many Operating Systems where applications are platform independent. Some of the popular container technologies are Docker and LXC. Container-based virtualization improves performance and uses resources efficiently. This paper studies the use cases of container virtualization in Cloud environments and the Internet of Things, reviews other researchers’ work on container technologies and reports our findings in the context of containers for Cloud and IoT scenarios.
student research, computing
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Parajuli, Mausam and Shah, Syed, "Exploring Performance Evaluations of Docker and LXC Container Technologies – Are They Good for Cloud Environments and IoT Devices?" (2023). JSU Student Symposium 2023. 21.