What is persistence?

Persistence in the context of virtual environments refers to the ability of a virtual environment to retain its state and configuration even after it has been shut down or restarted. Virtual environments are isolated instances of a software environment, typically used for development or testing purposes, that allow users to create and manage different versions of dependencies and libraries required by their applications.

When working with virtual environments, persistence is important because it allows developers to easily pick up where they left off and continue their work without having to reconfigure their environment from scratch.

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