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Docker is an open-source platform that enables developers to create, package, and deploy applications in containers. Containers are a lightweight and portable way to package software that includes all the dependencies required to run the application, such as libraries, system tools, and settings. Docker provides a range of tools and services that allow developers to build and manage containerized applications. With Docker, users can create a container image that includes all the application's dependencies and distribute it to other developers or deploy it to production servers. One of the main benefits of Docker is that it provides a consistent and isolated environment for running applications, regardless of the underlying system's configuration. This makes it easier to deploy and manage applications in production environments, as developers can ensure that the application's dependencies are consistent and compatible with the target system. Docker also supports various orchestration tools, such as Kubernetes and Docker Swarm, that allow users to manage and scale containerized applications across multiple servers or cloud platforms.

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