Hunting Moby Dick: An Introduction to Docker

Hunting Moby Dick: An Introduction to Docker

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Jaime Arias Almeida

December 13, 2017
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  1. Hunting Moby Dick: An Introduction to Docker Jaime Arias December

    2017
  2. Introduction Why Docker ? 1 2

  3. Why Docker ◎ “Dockerized” apps are completely portable and can

    run anywhere. ◎ Developers can automate their build pipeline and share artifacts with Docker Hub. ◎ “Dockerized” apps are isolated from their surroundings. “W ” - M “I f USB ” - M “T f R 3.Y I R 3.X” - M 3
  4. Why Docker 4

  5. Installation https://www.docker.com 2 5

  6. Download & Installation N 6

  7. OSX Installation 7

  8. OSX Installation 8

  9. OSX Configuration 9

  10. Ubuntu Installation Link: https://tinyurl.com/docker-ubuntu 1. Update the apt package index

    2. Install packages to allow apt to use a repository over HTTPS 10
  11. Ubuntu Installation Link: https://tinyurl.com/docker-ubuntu 3. Add Docker’s official GPG key:

    4. Use the following command to set up the stable repository. 11
  12. Ubuntu Installation Link: https://tinyurl.com/docker-ubuntu 1. Update the apt package index

    2. Install the latest version of Docker CE 3. Add your user to the docker group 12
  13. Testing Installation 13

  14. Basic Commands https://tinyurl.com/docker-commands 3 14

  15. Basic Commands docker COMMAND --help Print COMMAND usage. docker pull

    NAME[:TAG] Pull an image or a repository from Docker Hub to the machine. docker images Show all top level images, their repository and tags, and their size. docker rmi IMAGE Remove one or more images. 15
  16. Basic Example 16

  17. Basic Commands docker run --rm [OPTIONS] IMAGE [COMMAND] [ARGS] Run

    a COMMAND with specific ARGS in a new container. OPTIONS ◎ --detach, -d Run container in background and print container ID ◎ --env, -e Set environment variables ◎ --interactive, -i Keep STDIN open ◎ --name Assign a name to the container ◎ --publish, -p Publish a container’s port(s) to the host ◎ --rm Automatically remove the container when it exits ◎ --tty, -t Allocate a pseudo-TTY ◎ --volume, -v Bind mount a volume 17
  18. Basic Example 18

  19. Basic Example 19

  20. Data: https://tinyurl.com/pyhrf-test Basic Example 20

  21. Basic Example 21

  22. Basic Example Viewer: https://tinyurl.com/mango-viewer 22

  23. Basic Commands docker exec CONTAINER Run a command in a

    running container. docker ps -a List the running containers. docker stop CONTAINER Stop one or more running containers. docker rm -f CONTAINER Remove one or more containers 23
  24. Basic Example Instructions: https://tinyurl.com/docker-rstudio 24

  25. Basic Example 25

  26. Create a Docker Image https://tinyurl.com/dockerfile-ref 4 26

  27. Dockerfile File: http://tinyurl.com/frama-docker 27

  28. Build & Publish Build 1. Create a Dockerfile (recipe) 2.

    Build an image from the Dockerfile in the current directory and tag it Publish 1. Retag a local image for a private registry 2. Log in to a registry (Docker Hub) 3. Push an image to the registry (upload) 28
  29. Basic Commands docker build -t NAME[:TAG] PATH Build an image

    from a Dockerfile. docker login [SERVER] Log in to a Docker registry docker push NAME[:TAG] Push an image or a repository to a registry docker tag SOURCE TARGET Create a tag TARGET_IMAGE that refers to SOURCE_IMAGE 29
  30. Basic Example 30

  31. Docker & Mistis’ Cluster 5 Avoiding Jean-François ... 31

  32. Basic Commands docker save -o PATH IMAGE Save one or

    more images to a tar archive docker load -i PATH Load an image from a tar archive. 32
  33. Basic Example L M C M 33

  34. Thanks! Any questions? 34

  35. Credits Special thanks to all the people who made and

    released these awesome resources for free: ◎ Presentation template by SlidesCarnival ◎ Photographs by Unsplash 35