In this blog post we will see some of the basic docker commands to interact with containers and images. [What is Docker? Containers and its Architecture. Learn more!] Creating and running a container from an image $ docker run <image_name>$ docker run hello-world $ docker run <image_name> <command>$ docker run busybox echo hello there , … Continue reading Executing Basic Docker Commands
Architecture & Components [What is a Container?] Docker Client: It takes user inputs and sends to daemon and is the primary UI to Docker which accepts commands from the user and responds to and fro with a Docker daemon. Docker Daemon: It can run on same or separate hosts. It manages Docker processes by running … Continue reading Docker Container – Architecture & Components – Simplified
Container is a unit of software that provides a standard way to package up application code and all its dependencies and configurations in a single unit so the application runs quickly and reliably from one computing environment to another.
GitLab CI: Running JOBS Locally with GitLab Runner using Shell on Windows. Prerequisites: GitLab account Git installed in the system PowerShell A project hosted on GitLab Steps to be followed Step 1) Download Git Runner Source to install Git Runner: https://docs.gitlab.com/runner/install/windows.html Step 2) Create a folder named C:\GitLab-Runner\ and paste gitlab-runner.exe file (Download the binary … Continue reading GitLab CI: Running JOBS Locally with GitLab Runner using Shell on Windows
With Auto DevOps in GitLab, It will automatically build, test, and deploy your application based on a predefined CI/CD configuration. To create a CI/CD pipeline here are pre requisites: GitLab account Git and Source code management basic knowledge Google cloud account for Kubernetes cluster Step-1) Create a project from a template in GitLab or you can … Continue reading CI/CD Pipeline with GitLab