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iSCSI SAN: Deploy High-Availability iSCSI SAN through Docker Container

Docker is an open source application container engine that allows developers to package their applications and dependencies into a portable image that can then be distributed to any popular Linux , Windows or macOS machine, as well as virtualization. Containers are completely sandboxed and have no interface with each other.

Start the container by running images. An image is an executable package that contains everything you need to run the application - code, runtime, libraries, environment variables, and configuration files.

Containers are examples of images runtime - while being executed (that is, images state, or user process) in memory, you can use commands to view a list of docker ps that are running containers, just as in Linux.

Docker is now very important in the cloud and edge computing, through Docker images and containers, user can deploy KernSafe iSCSI SAN service very easily, by leveraging Docker technology, users can very quickly to provide iSCSI service from Windows, Linux or macOS server.

The document provides step-by-step guide for user to deploy iSCSI service through Docker container.




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