Referencing Docker Images

Docker images are the templates that derive the nature and behaviour of a container, and Docker stores these images in repositories on hosted registries. An official registry, called the Docker Hub Registry, is hosted by Docker Inc., which contains: A »

The docker-proxy

Containers created and managed by the Docker platform, are able to provide the service that is running inside the container, not only to other co-located containers, but also to remote hosts. Docker achieves this with port forwarding. For a brief »

Part 7 - A Basic Container

We've looked at five of the six available namespaces provided by the Linux kernel in a series of previous articles, and we'll take a look at the final namespace, the USER namespace, in a future article. This article looks at »