Docker has become an integral part of software engineering. We use Docker for development, testing, and deployment because it’s easy to manage the environment. Because of its portability, it has become popular in the software industry. That means if your code works in development, it will work in production. Moreover, developers can collaborate faster without worrying about which software dependency to install. In our previous blogs, I have covered What Docker is and how we can use it. Today, in this blog, I will talk about the Top 20 Docker Commands that you will frequently use while working with Docker. You can find the official documentation for these commands on Docker’s documentation page.
A guide to the top 20 Docker commands for working with Docker.
Docker commands are the commands used to manage Docker containers. They can be used to create, start, stop, and delete containers and get information about them.
2.What are the benefits of using Docker commands?
Docker is a containerization tool that allows developers to create, deploy, and run applications within a container. Using Docker commands can help you speed up these processes and make them more efficient. Some of the benefits of using Docker commands include the following:
You can automate the process of creating and deploying your applications.
You can manage your applications more effectively.
You can control your environment more effectively.
You can improve your workflow.
You can speed up the process of deploying and managing your applications.
3.What are the top 20 Docker commands for working with Docker?
1. docker version
This command will print out the version of Docker that you have installed.
3. docker images
sudo docker images
The command outputs a list of all downloaded images on your machine. In our case, it is a Ubuntu with image details such as TAG/IMAGE ID/SIZE, etc.
14. docker network
sudo docker network ls
This command is used to get docker lists of the details of all the networks in the cluster.
Docker commands are the commands used to manage Docker containers. They can be used to create, start, stop, and delete containers and get information about them. This blog explains 20 docker commands that will help you get started with docker and learn to perform basic functions without getting overwhelmed.