Difference between docker.io, docker-cd, and Docker Desktop

Posted by mcasperson on Aug 15, 2022 6:31 PM EDT
Octopus Deploy; By Matthew Casperson
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Docker has matured over the years to offer a range of solutions for developers working with containers. This can lead to some confusion, though, as developers need to choose which version of Docker to install.

Containerization technology was first developed in Linux, so it's no surprise that Linux users have choices when it comes to working with containerized applications.

Docker is not the only option available for Linux users. Podman provides a drop in replacement for Docker, to the point where the podman CLI can be configured as an alias for the docker CLI for most developers.

If you want to stick with Docker though, there are 2 options: docker.io and docker-ce

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