Docker is a tool designed to make it easier to create, deploy, and run applications by using containers. In this blog, I’ve covered an introduction to Docker Network. It allows you to attach a container to as many networks as you like. You can also attach an already running container.
Docker containerization seems to be the perfect strategy to deploy your application. But is it really flawless? Well, it all depends on how you build the strategy to deploy an application. The Container Images do have their vulnerabilities and possess a security threat. We will have a look at these factors and also about a tool called Trivy to Scan a Docker image in detail.
According to Moore’s law, the computer processing speed supposedly doubles every 18 months or so! Docker is undoubtedly on edge out of all application deployment strategies in today’s world. Consequently, most IT professionals are looking to learn Docker. Well, if you are looking for one, you are in for a treat! To summarise, this post is a complete course with a Hands-on tutorial from beginner to advanced level.
Docker Images are the starting point for anyone who is new in the Docker world. They are used for launching the Docker Containers. It is a unit of packaging that contains everything required for an application to run.
Docker is what most of us look up to when it to Containers, right? There definitely seems to be no contradiction on this at least. Even though Containers are not VM replacements, the companies have started to utilize it in that way. Docker uses a client-server architecture. In this blog, I will be covering everything you have to know about Docker Architecture.