This section is an introduction to Docker for newcomers, and can be used as a refresher for others. We'll see how to quickly use Docker to achieve some tasks such as executing an Ubuntu container or networked webserver, sharing data with a container, building an image, and accessing a registry other than the default one.
To step through this recipe, you will need a working Docker installation.
We'll quickly manipulate Docker, so we're up and running with some basic usage.
/bin/bash in an Ubuntu container, tag 16.04 (
ubuntu:16.04). Our environment will be interactive (use
-i) and we want a pseudo-terminal to be allocated (use
-t). We want the container ...