Click2Cloud Docker Toolkit for Eclipse is an application platform that allows a user to manage Docker Images and Containers with similar functionality found in the command-line docker command.
Docker is software which lets you create an image (which is a lot like a template for a virtual machine) and then run instances of that image in a container.
Docker maintains a vast repository of images, called the Docker Hub which you can use as starting points or as free storage for your own images. You can install Docker, choose an image you like to use, and then run an instance of it as a container.
You can refer the installation guide to choose your platform, docs.docker.com/engine/installation.
Use this command:
docker run -it centos
After some processing, you’ll see a prompt like this:
Try few other commands and then exit the container:
root@719059da250d:/# lsb_release -a
No LSB modules are available.
Distributor ID: Centos
Description: Centos 6.6
With above commands, you will see the bash shell of an isolated container running Centos on your machine.
Here’s a diagram and a breakdown of the result of this Docker installation:
Click2Cloud Docker Toolkit for Eclipse has adopted Docker Commands which are accessible through Command Line Tools and Interfaces. But, managing these tools and remembering the various commands using CLI’s need good expertise and training, which is making it difficult for developers to use it.
The best solutions that address these constraints is our Click2Cloud Eclipse IDE Extension for Docker.
You can publish Java Application to Linux in 5 minutes with Click2Cloud Docker Toolkit for Eclipse.
The Eclipse Docker explorer plugin can easily connect to any Docker machine running on the cloud with a pre-requisite as that machine should be created without error and once the connection creates we will be able to perform the rest of the operations.
1.Download the Click2Cloud Docker Toolkit for Eclipse fromÂ http://ftp-repos.click2cloud.net/shared/click2cloud-eclipse-tool-v3.0.zip
2. Launch the extension and Sign-in to Alibaba Cloud environment
3. Pull Image from the registry.
4. Run the pulled image.
5.View logs and build the required image