Docker provides us an efficient way to pack our applications and its dependencies into a single unit, representing it into a Container. Yes, a Container contains all the application specific data and its environment specific data.

For the same, once we have the application up in the container, we can introspect it and also perform various monitoring and inspections with it using docker commands.

1. Docker Process

2. Stop a Docker container

3. Start a container

4. Stop a specific running container

5. Remove an image

6. Build an Image

7. Get inside the docker container

8. Tag a Docker Image

9. Run a docker image

10. Run wordpress locally at fingertips


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