The most important part of this whole post is that you need to know that the whale in the Docker logo is officially named “Moby Dock“. Once you know that you can probably bluff your way through at least an introductory session on Docker :).
It’s been hard to miss the increasing presence of Docker, particularly if you work in cloud technology. Each of the major cloud providers has raced to provide container services (Azure, AWS, GCE and IBM) and these platforms see benefits in the higher density hosting they can achieve with minimal changes to existing infrastructure.
In this post I’m going to look at first steps to getting Docker running in Azure. There are other posts about that will cover this but there are a few gotchas along the way that I will cover off here.
First You Need a Beard
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