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Docker is an open-source that aims to automate the deployment of applications inside containers. Each container contains a complete filesystem, guaranteeing it will always run the same, regardless of environment. In this interest, you can find interesting guides for integrating docker with Django, Rails, Raspbian, and more.

In this short guide, we'll learn how to install Docker Engine on any platform. Before we begin, we should make the distinction between Docker Engine (Enterprise) and Docker Engine (Community).
Docker images are made up of layers, and many times you'll want to see details on each layer of an image. This guide will show you how to show all layers of a Docker image.
Docker container health check
This guide will cover Docker health checks. First, we'll talk about what health checks are and why they're valuable, then will talk about implementation.
Docker secrets
Docker secrets is a secrets management tool designed for use with Docker Swarm. And of course, Docker Swarm refers to the cluster management and orchestration features built into the Docker Engine.
Raspberry Pi garage door opener mounted on wall
When I think of home automation with a Raspberry Pi, controlling my garage door is the first project that comes to mind. So I decided to build this myself.
Raspberry Pi vertical computing cluster
An in-depth Raspberry Pi cluster example.
Docker is a tool that allows you to deploy applications inside of software containers.
When using Docker sometimes it's necessary to do some cleanup in order to free up space. I ran into an issue recently where I could not start my database container.
This guide shows you how to set up a Django application and development environment using Docker. Note: The previous version of this guide was written before Docker for Mac was available.
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