What I’m trying to achieve in this ongoing effort is to guide myself starting from the lowest layers to the topmost ones, having as much practice (code, installation, configuration, integration, etc) and, of course, fun as possible.
Does a container have an OS inside? Do you always need an image to run a container? What happens when you build a container image? Are containers really just Linux processes, or a Virtual Machine can also be a container sometimes? Find answers to these and not only questions in the series!
The Docker train has already left the station and people are thinking if they should jump on it or not. Docker adoption is indeed unprecedented compared to other technologies that were hyped before it.
After reading this article, you should be armed with enough knowledge to Dockerize your own applications, even if they’re built with some other technology.
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