As with our previous post on bridge, the intent here is to explore the remaining standard (mostly non-swarm) network configurations. Those configurations are host, none, and the newer MACVLAN.
Unlike bridge these are non-default configurations which means you must manually specify the network somewhere. In our case we are just going to explicitly list the network when we run the container. We will also explore the configuration elements that we looked at earlier. Continue reading →
If you have been under a rock (like I was for a while!), Docker is a container technology and containers are very cool. Containers sparked my interest in the same way that virtualization did the first time I saw it. I really regret not getting into it sooner but better late than never. Seriously if you haven’t played with containers at all try it on a local system, VM, or use this really nifty site http://training.play-with-docker.com/