Tag: docker

April 26, 2018

A group of machines(physical or virtual), running containers and joined into a cluster is called Swarm. After joining a swarm, machines are referred to as nodes. Docker commands are now executed on a cluster by swarm manager. Swarm manager is really a machine that acts as a manager to other machines joined with it in […]

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April 12, 2018

A single service is basically a piece of application. Services are simply “containers in production”. For a video sharing website, we might have 3 different services running to make the application work a service for storing data in the database a service for video transcoding in the background after user uploads something and a service […]

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April 10, 2018

BUILD Build a docker image with the help of Dockerfile using – docker build -t image_name directory -t tag is used tag the container image. It’s followed by a desired container image name. If we do not provide this tag, the image will not have any name. directory is the directory whose contents are to […]

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April 6, 2018

Docker is one of the pioneering, largest and user friendly container providers. Docker uses a client-server architecture. The command line will act as a client, all our requests will be sent from the command line. A server may or may not be present locally. A daemon, running on the server will accept all the requests […]

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