Docker images vs containers

Docker is a platform that makes it easier to create, deploy, and use an application using containers. A container contains an application with all parts of it needed such as libraries and other dependencies, and ships it as one package. Instead of using dedicated resources like virtual machines, docker shares kernel, and other resources of the … Read more

How To Run A Docker Container In Linux?

Containerization is a process that encapsulates an application in a container with its own operating environment. It is a kind of lightweight alternative to full machine virtualization. The benefit of using the containers is that you can run the applications on any physical machine without worrying about dependencies. Ahead in this article, we will discuss … Read more

How To Download Docker Images From Docker Hub In Linux?

Docker image is an immutable file that is essentially a snapshot of a container. Images are created with build command, and they produce a container when started with the run command. Docker pulls these images from the docker hub. Docker hub maintains a registry because an image can become quite large, these are designed to be composed of … Read more

How To Install Docker On Ubuntu 20.04 LTS?

Docker is a platform that makes it easier to create, deploy, and use an application using containers. A container contains an application with all parts of it needed such as libraries and other dependencies, and ships it as one package. Instead of using dedicated resources like virtual machines, docker shares kernel, and other resources of … Read more

How To Setup FTP Server In Ubuntu 20.04 LTS?

FTP or File Transfer Protocol is a standard networking protocol used to transfer files between client and server. An FTP user may authenticate themselves by using username and a password. FTP is often secured with the SSL/TLS(FTPS) for the secure transmission of data or replaced with SSH File Transfer Protocol(SFTP). VSFTPD stands for “Very Secure … Read more