Amazon just announced general availability of their Elastic Container Service providing a platform for launching Docker images in the cloud. Let’s say your team is developing software on Windows and Mac OSX, but Docker requires the Linux kernel’s virtualization features to work. By now, you have likely discovered that Vagrant and/or boot2docker provide nice ways to run Linux on your local PC or Mac and provide a docker deployment platform.
But with so many different options available to configure how your Docker containers talk to each other, how do you get started? In this article, we will take a look at a basic set of containers needed to stand up your own Docker registry (a must if you want to share your images in a place other than the public docker.io or paid private quay.io) and look at four different ways to launch your containers:
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