In Chapter 2, we learned how to install Docker. In Chapter 3, we learned how to use a variety of commands to manage Docker containers, including the
docker run command.
Let’s see the
docker run command again.
This command will launch a new container called
another_container_mum from the
ubuntu image and open a Bash shell.
In this chapter, we’re going to explore Docker images: the building blocks from which we launch containers. We’ll learn a lot more about Docker images, what they are, how to manage them, how to modify them, and how to create, store, and share your own images. We’ll also examine the repositories ...