— a software platform that allows you to build, test, and deploy applications quickly.
Rent a virtual (VPS) or dedicated server having pre-installed Docker - containerization platform for developing, deploying, and running applications in containers. Simply choose the right plan, configure a server and start working in 15 minutes.
Please note that Docker is exclusively available for HOSTKEY leased servers. To acquire Docker, simply choose it from the Software tab during the server plan ordering process.
Docker Desktop is free for small businesses (fewer than 250 employees AND less than $10 million in annual revenue), personal use, education, and non-commercial open source projects. Otherwise, it requires a paid subscription for professional use.
To install Docker, you need to select a license while ordering a server on HOSTKEY website. Our auto-deployment system will install the software platform on your server. Also you can read how to install this software by yourself.
If you have any difficulties or questions when installing and/or using the software platform, carefully learn the documentation on the official website of the developer, read about typical problems and how to solve them or contact Docker support.
You can run both Linux and Windows programs and executables in Docker containers. The Docker platform natively runs on Linux (on x86-64, ARM and many other CPU architectures) and on Windows (x86-64).
Docker Inc. creates products that let you build and run containers on Linux, Windows and macOS.
Docker is a software platform that allows you to build, run, and share containerized applications. Containers are lightweight, standalone, executable packages of software that include everything needed to run an application: code, runtime, system tools, system libraries and settings.
There are many benefits to using Docker, including:
Docker and virtualization are both technologies that can be used to isolate applications from the underlying operating system. However, there are some key differences between the two technologies.
A Docker image is a blueprint for a Docker container. It contains the instructions for how to create a container, including the code, runtime, system tools, system libraries and settings.
A Docker container is a running instance of a Docker image. It is a lightweight, standalone, executable package of software that includes everything needed to run an application.
To create a Docker image, you can use the
docker build command. This command takes a Dockerfile as input, which is a text file that specifies the instructions for creating the image.
To run a Docker container, you can use the docker run command. This command takes a Docker image as input and creates a container from it.
Here are some best practices for using Docker:
Here are some of the security considerations for using Docker:
There are a number of ways to manage Docker containers. You can use the Docker CLI, Docker Compose, or a third-party management tool.
There are a number of ways to scale Docker containers. You can use Docker Swarm, Kubernetes, or a third-party orchestration tool.
There are a number of ways to deploy Docker containers to production. You can use a Docker registry, a cloud-based deployment service, or a self-hosted deployment solution.
A platform for developing, deploying, and running applications in containers. Docker containers allow you to effectively manage the development of applications and easily scale them. Docker uses operating system-level virtualization technology to achieve high performance and resource efficiency. With Docker, you can easily build, deploy and scale applications, and also manage them using the command line or GUI.
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