Container - Computing


  • Container format (digital), a special class of computer file used for audio/video data
  • Container (data structure), an abstract data type in computer programming
  • Container (Type theory), an abstract way of representing data structures using dependent types
  • Operating system-level virtualization, a server virtualization method often called containers
  • Web container, implements the web component contract of the J2EE architecture

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