What is Clear Containers?
We set out to build Clear Containers by leveraging the isolation of virtual-machine technology along with the deployment benefits of containers. As part of this, we let go of the "generic PC hardware" notion traditionally associated with virtual machines; we're not going to pretend to be a standard PC that is compatible with just about any OS on the planet.
Clear Containers is a tool in the Virtual Machine Platforms & Containers category of a tech stack.
Clear Containers is an open source tool with 420 GitHub stars and 58 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Clear Containers's open source repository on GitHub
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