For creating your own Docker image, you only need to have the right recipe. Learn how to build one, by following step-by-step instructions described in this blog post.
If you have been searching for information about Docker, and you’ve ran into this blog - today must be your lucky day! Continue reading, because we will play a bit with Docker, images, and containers, providing you with a step by step, hands-on experience. If you want to follow the explained steps yourself, please install Docker before you move on.
Have you ever heard of Docker? Dockers play with containers, but in the IT world, they run them.
Today, the applications technology stack is very complex, with multiple programming languages and frameworks, not to mention that application development already became much more than just coding. Now, the circle between coding and go-to production has very different phases (build, test, etc.), with various tools. Handling such a complex ecosystem is very hard and painful; maybe that pain is the reason why we have Docker. It tries to reduce our pain in the process of delivering a modern application, while reducing needed time and money to go live.