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Docker and Kubernetes for Java Developers by Jaroslaw Krochmalski

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Creating and inspecting a network

Let's create a network. We are going to call our network myNetwork. Execute the following command from the shell or command line:

$ docker network create myNetwork  

This is the simplest form of the command, and yet it will probably be used the most often. It takes a default driver (we haven't used any option to specify a driver, we will just use the default one, which is bridge). As the output, Docker will print out the identifier of the newly created network:

You will later use this identifier to refer to this network when connecting containers to it or inspecting the network's properties. The last parameter ...

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