How Docker Engine Works to Enable Containers
The modern container revolution started with Docker and its eponymous Docker Engine. Docker Engine is the runtime and tooling that enables container applications, defined by a dockerfile, to run on top of a host operating system in an isolated "container" section.
"We are here because of docker engine," Maink Taneja, Sr Product Manager at Docker said in a session at the Dockercon Europe conference.
The Docker Engine in 2018 isn't the same technology it was when Docker first started. Rather, it has evolved significantly in recent years and is now based on the containerd container runtime at the core.
So what actually is the modern Docker Engine architecture?
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