Depending on our end goal, using the image of our favorite Linux distribution might or might not be the best solution. Starting with a full CentOS container image might be a waste of resources, while an Alpine Linux image might not contain the most complete libc for our usage. In other cases, using the image from our favorite programming language might also be a good idea, or not. Let's see this in depth and learn when to choose what source.
To step through this recipe, you will need a working Docker installation.
Most common distributions are available as a container form.
Ubuntu ships official images that are all tagged with both their release version and ...