OS-level Virtualization (Containers) products

51,677 Companies

What is OS-level Virtualization (Containers)?

Operating-system-level virtualization, also known as containerization, refers to an operating system feature in which the kernel allows the existence of multiple isolated user-space instances. Such instances, called containers, partitions, virtualization engines (VEs) or jails (FreeBSD jail or chroot jail), may look like real computers from the point of view of programs running in them. Programs running inside a container can only see the container's contents and devices assigned to the container. Operating-system-level virtualization is commonly used in virtual hosting environments, where it is useful for securely allocating finite hardware resources among a large number of mutually-distrusting users.

Market Share of OS-level Virtualization (Containers) products

At enlyft, we use sophisticated, patent-pending algorithms to track the use of various OS-level Virtualization (Containers) products and technologies. We track 8 products in the OS-level Virtualization (Containers) category, and have found 51,677 companies using these products.

OS-level Virtualization (Containers)
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Companies using OS-level Virtualization (Containers)
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    Product Install base
    # of companies we found using this product
    Market Share
    Docker 50,526 97%
    Google Container Engine 716 < 5%
    Azure Container Service 322 < 5%
    Singularity 26 < 5%
    Triton SmartOS 25 < 5%
    Cloud 66 for Containers 22 < 5%
    LXC 22 < 5%
    Kata Containers 18 < 5%

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