Containerization packages an application and its dependencies into a standardized unit which makes them easier to manage and scale.

Developers can build and test their applications on their local machines and then deploy them to production without any compatibility issues.

Containers share the host machine's operating system kernel, which means that they use less resources than virtual machines.

Containers can be quickly and easily deployed and scaled.

Containers are isolated from each other, which makes it more difficult for attacks.

By using container images, developers can share applications and their dependencies in a consistent and reproducible manner.

Containers simplify the deployment process by providing a standardized unit of deployment.

Overall, containerization is a powerful tool that can help software development teams to be more productive, efficient, and secure.