Once we have an image ready, we can start and serve the same. In order to create a
container from the image, use
docker run -p 80:80 -d <Image name>
In the command above
-p 80:80 would forward port
80 of your server to port
80 of the container. The flag
-d tells that the container should run as background job. The final specifies which image should be used to build the container.
In order to check running containers, simply use
This will list out all the containers running on docker daemon.
Logs are very important to debug the application. In order to check on them use
docker logs <Container id>