Pulling Docker Images

Grant Fritchey starts us off slowly with containers:

The first command you have to learn is ‘docker pull’. You then have to supply something for it to pull, an image that will be used to create your containers. I’m using Powershell for the commands I’m posting this week. Here’s how you get an image with SQL Server 2017:

docker pull mcr.microsoft.com/mssql/server:2017-latest

Click through to learn more.

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