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Docker and Kubernetes for Java Developers by Jaroslaw Krochmalski

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Summary

That's it. Our Docker for Windows installation is fully functional. In this chapter, we have learned about the idea behind Docker and the main differences between traditional virtualization and containerization. We know a lot about Docker core concepts such as images, layers, containers, and registries. We should have Docker installed already on our local machine; it's now time to move on and learn about more advanced Docker features, such as networking and persistent storage.

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