So you want to take advantage of Docker. And why not? It’s one of the most game-changing pieces of software to be developed in recent years. With Docker you can enable your business to expand its technological offerings with the help of containers (encapsulated applications that are easily rolled out and updated). Thing is, you work with Fedora and not Ubuntu. Is it possible to install this amazing platform on a non-Ubuntu operating system? Of course it is. In fact, installing Docker is equally as simple on Fedora as it is on the more user-friendly Ubuntu.
Let me walk you through the process of installing Docker on the latest iteration of Fedora.
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