Virtuozzo's OpenVZ is a Linux-based containerization platform with the ability to do more than just a deployment process.
The Network File System of OpenVZ allows you to access network disc files on virtual servers hosted by OpenVZ. If you're a system administrator, you can use NFS to distribute virtual servers across many physical servers. You can create several isolated Linux containers on a single server. Because each container has its own root access, there's no possibility of competing apps when many containers are operating on the platform at the same time.
But did you know that there are some great alternatives to OpenVZ that you can consider? So, let’s take a look at some of the best OpenVZ alternatives. By the end of this article, we’re sure that you’ll have in-depth information about the various options, their features, and the pricing structure.