On March 2 (less than a week ago as of this post), Docker announced the release of Docker Enterprise Edition (EE), a new version of the Docker platform optimized for business-critical deployments. As part of the release, Docker also renamed the free Docker products to Docker Community Edition (CE). Both products are adopting a new time-based versioning scheme for both Docker EE and CE. The initial release of Docker CE and EE, the 17.03 release, is the first to use the new scheme.
Along with the release, Docker delivered excellent documentation on installing, configuring, and troubleshooting the new Docker EE and CE. In this post, I will demonstrate how to partially bake an existing Amazon Machine Image (Amazon AMI) with the new Docker CE, preparing it as a base for the creation of Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) compute instances.
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