This tutorial will show you why you should use Docker for deploying your application. Learn how to use Docker to containerize your application so you can run them on any servers regardless of their operating system inside of them.
This tutorial will show you why you should use Docker for deploying your application. Also, I will explain how to containerize the application using it.
Let’s say that you want to deploy an application to a server. In your local system, the application works just fine without any problem. But once you’ve deployed the application into a server, boom! Your application doesn’t work.
Many factors can make this happen. It could be the operating system compatibility or different library versions. Therefore, your application is never being deployed, and you will get a headache just because of that.
How can we remove the headache just because of the incompatibility problem? Docker comes to save you!
This article will show you how to use Docker to containerize your application so you can run them on any servers regardless of their operating system inside of them. Without further, let’s get started!
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