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  1. Hi Rene
    If i undertand well I can replace the usage of VM by containers
    If i have centos 7 installed can I have a container of Centos 7 with differents IP ?

  2. Hello Fabrice,

    It depends on the application but often it is possible to replace a VM with one or more containers. Be aware that you don’t treat containers as “mini VMs”. It’s possible to build a container with multiple applications but the idea behind containers is that each container only runs a single process.

    There is a official CentOS container btw:

    https://hub.docker.com/_/centos?tab=description

    With a docker container it’s possible to add a static IP to each container.

    Rene

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