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Transcript of Containerize It!
Who's using it? What for?
Spotify & eBay
AWS Elastic BeanStalk
Google Cloud Compute Engine
What can I use it for?
Rapid development - a speedier Vagrant
Standardize and share your environments
Continuous Delivery / Deployment
Build your own SaaS
Build your architecture around containers instead of VMs
Manage and browse docker repositories
Public and private options - Much like GitHub
Unlimited free public repositories
One free private repository
~$1/private repo/month for addtional
`docker` - the command line tool
Some common commands:
`docker run ...` - initiates a container from an image
`docker ps [-a]` - lists running [or all] containers
`docker images` - lists all existing local images
`docker build ...` - builds image from Dockerfile
`docker search ...` - search Docker Hub for an image
`docker pull ...` - pulls docker image from Docker Hub
`docker [start|stop|restart|kill] ...`
`docker [rm|rmi]` to remove a container or image require some `awk`ing
What is Docker?
A platform for sharing and running
It includes :
the `docker` command-line tool
the `docker` daemon
One of the fastest growing OSS projects. In only 14 months:
13,000+ GitHub stars
450+ contributors (including me!)
FROM - defines base image
RUN - executes arbitrary command (/bin/sh)
EXPOSE - expose a port
on the container
ENV - sets environment variable
ADD/COPY - copy file from build context to container
CMD - default command or options to starting process
ENTRYPOINT - command that runs on container start
Used by `docker build`
AWS Elastic BeanStalk direct Dockerfile support
An Introduction to Docker
What is a container?
Think OS-level virtualization
BSD Jails, Solaris Containers, OpenVZ, LXC
Sandboxed environment (Isolated processes and filesystem)
MUCH lighter than virtual machines (sub-second provisioning)
Similar to mobile apps
Ryan Stelly (@stelly_ryan)
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