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Build 100kB Docker Images from Scratch

Tony Metzidis on May 06, 2019

📓 The Gist You may think your 100mB Alpine images are small--but how about 100kB? Smaller images ship more quickly, and contain fewer attack vecto... [Read Full]
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Not trying to be discouraging, but I've gone along that path before, and found the solution only good enough for hello-world toy programs. Real programs interact with OS in all kinds of ways. I.e., I'd like to see how a real-world program that interacts with OS in all kinds of ways can benefit from such 100kB Smaller images. That'll be really interesting. Thanks.

 

Good point. With a little diligence it can be done.

Here's a broader example building a rest api into a tiny container dev.to/tonymet/build-a-2mb-rest-ap...

Later on I'll show tooling you can use to help identify dependencies methodically so it seems less like voodoo

 

Loving it -- looking forward to your updates.

 

Nicely done Tony. I look forward to the next article in the series.

 

This is top notch! Eagerly awaiting the next one! ;)

 

did a fast-follow on this, more to come in the coming posts

dev.to/tonymet/build-a-980-byte-do...

 

Why you use Docker? If you use only tar it is much faster.

 

agreed about tar. Using docker here as an illustration on how to build optimized Docker images.

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