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How to put your Docker image on a diet

Written by: Peter Fisher on October 4, 2017
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Date: October 11, 2017

Time: 18:45

Location: PHP South West

Docker ImageOvertime Docker images can get very large in disk space and this can quickly become an issue during deployment of a web application.

Large docker images are slow to deploy and cost can mount up when they are used on cloud infrastructure.

In this talk I will demonstrate 6 ways to reduce the size of your Docker image. Each example has been tagged as a working example that can be found on the Docker hub and GitHub.

In this PHP South West talk I will discuss some tips and tricks on how to put your Docker image a diet.

View the slides

Here are the slides that have been published on Speaker Deck

Watch the rehearsal video

Below is a rehearsal video showing some of the slides and notes that I used. This was performed about a week before and the slides did change. I also converted everything to 1080p

Get the code from Git hub repo
Pull the images from Docker hub repo
See the feedback on Joind.in

See you at PHP South West for some Docker goodness

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