This means that the update size of Docker Desktop will reduce down from ~500mb to around ~20mb and will install faster as well. We are really excited to be able to offer some new unique features for our Pro and Team customers as well as continuing to improve Desktop for our millions of existing users.
About a month ago we talked about how we planned to make Docker Desktop more first class as part of our Pro and Team subscriptions. Today we are pleased to announce that with the latest release of Docker Desktop we are launching support for Docker Desktop for Pro and Team users. This means that customers on Pro plans or team members on Team plans will be able to get support outside of the community support in our Github repository, this will include installation support, issues in running Desktop and of course the existing support for Docker Hub.
Along with this, we have our first Pro feature available in Docker Desktop! For Pro and Team users who have scanning enabled in Docker Hub, you will be able to see your scan results directly in the Docker Dashboard.
This is the first step in releasing unique features for Pro and Team users on Docker Desktop.
Along with this we are pleased to announce that in Docker Desktop 2.5 we have the GA release of the
docker scan CLI powered by Snyk! To find out more about scanning images locally have a read of Marina’s blog post.
For customers who want more control over their version of Desktop and don’t want to keep dismissing updates, we will be providing the ability to ‘ignore’ updates in Desktop until you choose to install the new version. Additionally, we allow for centralized deployment and management of Docker Desktop teams at scale through revised licensing terms for Docker Teams. This will allow larger deployments of Docker Desktop to be rolled out automatically rather than relying on individuals to install it on their own.
Once you start a Docker container, if you go and click the Docker icon in the toolbar and choose Dashboard, you will see it in Docker Desktop: Now if you hover the container with the mouse, you will see 5 buttons: They are: Open in browser CLI Stop Restart Delete You can manage your container lifecycle through them. Clicking a container name in the list will reveal more data, including a Logs manager:
If you run a container using docker run and it immediately exits and every time you press the Start button in Docker Desktop it exits again, there is a problem. The way to figure out what is wrong is to run docker logs, adding the name of the container at the end. You can also click the Container name in Docker Desktop, and it will show a list of logs.
Combining Snyk Scans in Docker Desktop and Docker Hub to Deploy Secure Containers. Last week, we announced that the Docker Desktop Stable release includes vulnerability scanning, the latest milestone in our container security solution that we are building with our partner Snyk.
Welcome to this on Docker Tutorial for Beginners. In this video provides an Introduction on C++ development with Docker containers. So we will see How to ship C++ Programs in Docker.
We can get a list of all containers in docker using `docker container list` or `docker ps` commands.