Docker lab allows you to reuse pre-built images by pulling them. In this video, learn how to pull a couple of data science and machine learning libraries and images from Docker lab.
- [Narrator] Docker images are built from Docker files. … Now if you want to pull an image from the Docker registry … or hub, you can enter Docker pull … and the link to that image. … The Docker hub page for an image … will have instructions of what you need to type … to grab that image. … So let's take a look at a really simple example … to get started, the hello world for Docker images. … So login to Docker Hub. … So I select Sign in, I enter my credentials, … I select Sign in, … and then in the top search bar … do a search for hello-world … and you can see that there are several hello world images, … but your best bet is to get the official images … where possible, that way you can be sure … there isn't any malware there. … So I select hello world, which is the official image, … and we have the instructions we need … to pull this image from Docker Hub. … So I'm going to copy that, so that's docker pull hello world. … As I open Docker on my machine, … so I go to the command prompt, cmd, …
- Why Docker is gaining prominence
- Running a container
- Docker under the hood
- Working with Dockerfiles
- Uploading images to Docker Hub
- Common use cases for Docker