17 Sep 2015
In my previous post we learnt about Docker basics and its installation process on a non-Linux system. We also learnt about Docker architecture and the terminology used while dealing with Docker. But what next?
All this knowledge is no good if can’t solve a real life problem.
We all know that Docker simplifies application deployment via containerization. But how does that happen, and how can you use Docker to deploy your own application quickly?
To understand this, we need to understand the image creation process and the steps to spawn a container from an image.
So, let’s start with the process of creating Docker images.