In this chapter, you learned quite a lot. The most part was about modifying the Dockerfile and
ENTRYPOINT files in order to get the Docker image that we wanted. Bash knowledge and programming skills are very convenient, but since all of this is mostly about installation, moving files, and editing settings files, very basic knowledge can be enough.
GitHub is an excellent place to host your Docker repositories, and it's very easy to set up a new repository to get started. The Docker Registry Hub takes your GitHub repository and lets you pick a branch. This branch will be the source for a public Docker image that anyone can pull and use.
One question arises though; what about our data? It's trapped inside these MySQL and WordPress containers. ...