here is a free tipp for you: since you don't know what application containers are, read up on application and system containers.Ah, this is why you like Docker. You don't know that Jails and Zones *are* containers. You should try them out. You might realise that you don't need Docker.
... is like saying green is better than blue. ever heard of projects with different requirements?Unless you really pine for Linux Containers then... no FreeBSD Containers are not Linux Containers. They are better because we can run the FreeBSD userland in ours .
Yes, thats one nice feature: similar to FreeBSDs compat-* we can run legacy containers and separate dependencies like with jails. But now I am really not sure you understood the difference between chroot and jails, another tipp: read up on jails, https://www.freebsd.org/doc/handbook/jails.htmlBesides, I am fairly sure most of Docker use is to avoid dependency issues due to sloppy web development sprawl. Honestly a chroot is enough for that. OS level virtualization just to consolidate a shedload of NPM libraries seems overkill.