Bret is joined by Anca Iordache and Dave Scott, software engineers at Docker Inc, to talk about why they made Docker Desktop for Linux and how it's different from running the Docker Engine daemon.
Unedited live recording of the complete show on YouTube (Ep #167). Includes demos.
We talk about the origins of Docker Desktop for Linux, why it needs to exist, and how it's different than running Docker Engine on the native host. Docker Desktop for Linux behaves like Mac and windows versions where it uses a VM and we clear up some confusion around that. Further, we talk about some of the functionality with operating it in tandem with Docker Engine on the host so you can run both at the same time and use context to switch between them.
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