Docker is an open-source technology that allows users to deploy applications to software containers. A Docker container is an instance of a Docker image, where the Docker image is the application, including the file system and runtime parameters.
You can create a Docker image containing one runnable Tamino database and then run the Docker image as a Docker container. To facilitate running Tamino in a Docker container, Tamino provides a script to use to build a Docker image and then load or push the resulting Docker image to a Docker registry.
Support for Tamino with Docker 18 and later is available on Linux and UNIX systems for which Docker provides native support.
For details on Docker and container technology, see Docker documentation.
This Guide covers the following topics:
|Prerequisites for Building a Docker Image|
|Building Tamino Docker Images|
|Bring your own License|