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Docker embedded systems min

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#Tutorial: Docker on Embedded Systems (Raspberry Pi & Beagleboard)


Docker is a technology that emerged for about 5 years and since then it has simplified the packaging, distribution, installation and execution of (complex) applications. Usually applications consist of many components that need to be installed and configured. Installing all needed dependencies and configuring them correctly is usually time consuming and frustrating for normal users and developers. Here is where Docker comes to simplify this process allowing developers and users to package these applications into containers.

A container image is lightweight, stand-alone, executable packages of a piece of software that includes everything needed to run it: code, runtime, system tools, system libraries, settings. Let me say something before I continue: Docker is not only for application developers, if you are a "normal" user you are going to love it too.

All data needed or used in this tutorial is located on GitHub.

Docker Portainer

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#Tutorial: Portainer for local Docker environments on Windows 10!


Docker is a technology that emerges for about 5 years and simplifies the packaging, distribution, installation and execution of (complex) applications. Portainer is a management UI which allows you to easily manage your different Docker environments. If you are here because of the post title, I do not have to explain anymore about the Docker technology and the management tool Portainer. But, if you need to know more about these two topics, I leave you two links:

Let's start with the installation of Portainer for Docker management on Windows 10.