- A Cloud Guru
Running Your First Docker Container
Welcome to your first challenge in *The Quest for More Yummies*. In this hands-on lab, we are tasked with preparing our environment for maximum snack acquisition for the people of SpaceBones by installing Docker and then acquiring images from DockerHub.
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Install Docker from the Default CentOS 7 Repository
After logging into the server, install the latest version of
sudo yum -y install docker
Set User Permissions
Drop down to
root. Create a new group named
docker, and then add the
cloud_useruser to the group.
Enable and Start Docker Service
Once installation completes, enable and start the service using
Log out of
cloud_user, and then log back in:
ssh cloud_user@<PUBLIC IP>
Run the `hello-world` Container Image
After starting and enabling Docker, run the
hello-worldcontainer image to verify installation.
After getting a valid return message from the
hello-worldimage, pull the following images into your
Dockerrepository to prepare for the next exercise.
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