Chapter 8

Here are some sample answers to the questions presented in this chapter:

  1. You could be working on a workstation with limited resources or capabilities, or your workstation could be locked down by your company so that you are not allowed to install any software that is not officially approved. Sometimes, you might need to do proof of concepts or experiments using languages or frameworks that are not yet approved by your company (but might be in the future if the proof of concept is successful).
  2. Bind-mounting a Docker socket into a container is the recommended method when a containerized application needs to automate some container-related tasks. This can be an application such as an automation server such as Jenkins that you are ...

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