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Docker is an open-source containerizing platform for application services, codes, libraries, configurations, and other dependencies into one package. It serves as a better alternative to the traditional virtualization of operating systems while running on the host operating system. Docker is written in Go programming language, and the first version was introduced in 2013 as.dotCloud. It can now be deployed in cloud services like Microsoft Azure and Amazon web service. Docker allows developers to test and test containers in the development environment.