Docker Persistent Data Simplified

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Containers are usually immutable and ephemeral. Running just as long as it takes for the command issued in the container to complete. By default, any data created inside the container is only available from within the container and only while the container is running.

Docker volumes are a widely used and useful tool for ensuring data persistence while working in containers. Docker volumes are file systems

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