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Docker isn't a VM? In docker everything is native code. There is no emulation. It uses OS level sandboxing primitives to provide protection and isolation. Running an application in docker gives you the same performance profile as running it on the host because it is running it on the host. So if you write your job in C or Fortran you can beat any Java code on the JVM nearly everytime. Especially for linear algebra applications.



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