Configuring Docker and Containers on Windows Server 2019
IN THIS CHAPTER
Applying custom metadata to containers and other objects
Configuring the Docker daemon with daemon.json
Installing containers is the easy part, and you can certainly have some fun while doing it. In an enterprise environment, however, you’ll be asked to configure the containers so that they can do useful things and provide value to the business.
In this chapter, you find out how to configure and customize your containers so that your organization can really reap the benefits of containerization.
Working with Dockerfile
A dockerfile allows you to specify how a container should be built. It identifies the container image that you’ll use and contains any commands that you may want to run. The changes that you make to the container image are saved as a layer on top of the original container image.
When you create a dockerfile on Windows, you need to ensure that it does not have a file extension. You can do this by saving it as
"dockerfile" with the quotes ...