Windows Subsystem for Linux and Minikube

The Windows Subsystem for Linux is the seamless integration of Linux into Windows. Use Windows natively and quickly issue a Linux command. Apply a Linux command to the Windows file system without having to start a virtual machine. As a result, Linux is always...

The Docker daemon configuration files

Where are the Docker daemon configuration files located? How to restart the Docker daemon after applying changes to the configuration? How to change and activate the Docker configuration? These are frequently asked questions. But changes to the Docker configuration...

Docker Content Trust

Docker Content Trust feature enables your environment to run only with signed images. In this way, Docker Content Trust ensures that the docker pulls only signed containers from the docker registry. Once enabled, Docker Content Trust is active for all docker pull...

Docker, networks, subnets and IP address pools

Docker uses default address pools to create subnets. For most use cases, the shipped defaults fit. But sometimes they cause conflicts with existing networks or subnets. Overlapping networks may conflict with existing systems. Or a large number of docker networks...