Docker Ruby Images

In this article I will explore Docker more hands-on and describe various features of Docker using a few Ruby images as examples. You can read my previous article for an intro to Docker and virtualization. Docker Images Docker images are read only. When you pull a docker image and run it, the AuFS creates another […]

Docker vs Virtualization

The motivation behind this post is to answer a simple question: What’s the difference between Docker and classic Virtualization techniques? I set out to research this topic in depth and I will share my findings. I am by no means an expert in either Docker or virtualization so feel free to comment if you find […]