How to run a container?

by XDK 25. August 2019 17:49

Explanation:

ubuntu@ip-172-31-59-138:/opt/HelloWorld$ docker images
REPOSITORY TAG IMAGE ID CREATED SIZE
xdk_helloworld latest a801afaa1782 20 seconds ago 473MB
tomcat jre8 3639174793ba 3 months ago 463MB

Command to run the xdk_helloworld docker image, to listen to the port 80 and route to 8080 in the container which is the tomcat's default port 8080 at runtime.

ubuntu@ip-172-31-59-138:/opt/HelloWorld$ docker run -p 80:8080 xdk_helloworld

Open http://34.204.171.134/HelloWorld/ in a browser to see the HelloWorld web is application running.

Tags:

Amazon Web Service | Azure Native DevOps | Docker | Microsoft Azure Services

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