What I'm missing from the article: If you write "Sparrowdo provisions live Docker containers" do you mean that you are actually provisioning docker containers like they are normal systems?
Otherwise I'm missing the parts that talk about how the workflow looks like to actually built images (for ephemeral containers), since that is usually what we want to do if we use docker, isn't it?
Sure, Sparrowdo configures running Docker containers, it does not fit for building images.
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