How to Deploy In Dockers  

What Is Docker

Docker is a platform and tool that simplifies the use of containers. It provides a standardized way to create, manage, and deploy containers. Docker consists of several components:

  1. Docker Engine: The core part of Docker, responsible for creating and running containers. It includes:
    • Docker Daemon: The background service that manages Docker images, containers, networks, and storage volumes.
    • Docker CLI: The command-line interface that allows users to interact with Docker Daemon to manage Docker objects.
  2. Docker Images: Read-only templates used to create containers. An image includes the application code, libraries, dependencies, and the runtime needed to run the application. Images are often built from a Dockerfile, a script that contains a series of instructions on how to build the image.
  3. Docker Hub: A cloud-based repository where Docker users can create, store, and share Docker images. It’s the default registry used by Docker.
  4. Docker Compose: A tool for defining and running multi-container Docker applications. With Compose, you can use a YAML file to configure your application’s services and then create and start all the services from the configuration with a single command.

What Is Containers

Containers are a form of lightweight virtualization. They allow you to package an application and its dependencies together into a single unit that can run reliably in various computing environments. Containers are:

  1. Isolated: Each container runs in its own isolated environment, ensuring that it doesn’t interfere with other containers or the host system.
  2. Portable: Containers encapsulate all necessary components (code, runtime, libraries, etc.), making them easily portable across different environments.
  3. Efficient: Containers share the host system’s operating system kernel and resources, which makes them more lightweight and efficient compared to traditional virtual machines.

How To Deploy And Config Project In Dockers 

  1. Goto Get Login Or Sign Up  
  2. Create New Environment 
  1. Upload The Zip In The Following Path 

Run Unzip <filename> Command To Unzip File


Unzip <filename>
  1. Unzip File In This Path And Create A Text File And Get An Name Who Is :- ”Dockerfile”
  1. Now Run The Following Command To Pull In Your Server 
docker pull
  1. Enter The Following Code In The DockerFile And Change The Path According To Directory  
# Use the official ASP.NET Core runtime as a parent image

FROM AS base



# Use the official ASP.NET Core SDK image to build the app

FROM AS build


COPY ["YourProjectName.csproj", "./"]

RUN dotnet restore "YourProjectName.csproj"

COPY . .

WORKDIR "/src/."

RUN dotnet build "YourProjectName.csproj" -c Release -o /app/build

FROM build AS publish

RUN dotnet publish "YourProjectName.csproj" -c Release -o /app/publish

# Copy the build app to the runtime image

FROM base AS final


COPY --from=publish /app/publish .

ENTRYPOINT ["dotnet", "YourProjectName.dll"]
  1. Now Build Your Docker Project Form The Following Command 

docker build -t myaspnetapp .

docker build -t myaspnetapp .
  1. Now Run Your Project Form Following Command 
docker run -d -p 8080:80 --name myaspnetappcontainer myaspnetapp

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